Canada's only synchrotron is owned by and located at the University of Saskatchewan. It allows our researchers unique opportunities for discovery and collaboration.
VIDO-InterVac, located at the University of Saskatchewan, is home to some of the world’s most advanced containment level 2 and 3 vaccine research facilities.
No country is safe from infection with people, animals, and goods moving globally. As most emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases are transmissible from animals to humans, our vast experience in animal health and study of zoonotic pathogens makes our researchers leaders.
A world-class centre for research, training and innovation in nuclear medicine—Saskatchewan's first cyclotron allows our researchers to do research and imaging in animal and human health, and crops/plants, as well as produce medical isotopes.