Stephen Foley is looking to get his hands on some gold… the problem is that it takes too much time, costs too much money and harms the environment.
After three years of hard work, the UnivRS research management system is ready for its debut, and the early reviews are looking good.
Research shows that children who have experienced trauma are at a greater risk for mental health issues down the road. Additionally, parents and guardians of childhood trauma victims are also at an increased risk of distress and anxiety, which can affect how they raise their children.
Two U of S research projects looking into nerve repair and cystic fibrosis have received a big boost with a total of $1.2 million in funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
Ahmad Al-Dissi hopes his research will someday lead to a better treatment for inflammatory liver disease (ILD), a chronic and painful condition in many cats whose cause still remains a mystery for veterinarians.
University of Saskatchewan graduate student Mohammad Izadifar has developed a heart patch that in experimental animal research can re-grow damaged heart tissue, potentially revolutionizing heart disease treatment.
Thursday marked the official launch of the Saskatchewan Police Predictive Analytics Laboratory, a research partnership between the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS).
It may sound like fiction, but U of S research is changing the future of medicine.
Karen Schwean-Lardner never thought she would become a poultry researcher. Raised on a pig farm, she was not very fond of chickens.
Dena Burnett has made a discovery about knee pain that one day could lead to new treatments.