New USask artificial intelligence makes “smart” apps faster, more efficient

This research may lead to a different way to design apps and operating systems for digital devices such as tablets, phones and computers

USask tackles pre-teen male infertility with stem cells

New USask stem cell research may help endangered animals reproduce and may one day be key to curing infertility in boys that is sometimes caused by cancer treatments.

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USask game teaches healthy eating to online shoppers

The game, ShopRight, is already available for web browsers. It simulates supermarket aisles that players can explore, and presents shoppers with several products to choose from the...

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USask software helps predict floods and freshwater supplies

The USask software has predicted the high snowpacks that occurred in the Rockies this year and the low snowpacks of previous years—useful for forecasting floods and droughts.

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#MeToo movement needs to be more inclusive—USask study

The students in the study thought social media could counteract outdated messages from mainstream media and is key to promoting a positive cultural change in how people think about...

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New USask filter may lead to safer drinking water

USask PhD student Khaled Zoroufchi Benis has recently been awarded a prestigious 2020 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship.

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New USask disease detection tool may save millions for canola industry

The new testing can be done in the field in just one hour with accurate results.

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