As one of the University of Saskatchewan’s signature areas of research and the only University in Canada with a synchrotron, researchers at the U of S are harnessing powerful imaging and analytical techniques to solve challenges in health, environment, materials science and other areas of global social and economic importance.

From Neuroimaging, to imaging enzyme activity and developing new radiopharmaceuticals for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer and antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections; imaging expertise at the U of S spans development of novel imaging techniques, innovative applications, image processing, and even production of paintings which replicate the look of cinematographic images, among others.

Areas of Expertise