A rooftop garden project promoting sustainable agricultural practices and urban farming is sprouting on campus this summer.
Speaking to media earlier in the year, John Pomeroy put forward that Western Canada was primed for extreme wildfire conditions.
If memories form the foundation of who we are, then neuroscientist Graham Collingridge is showing us the building blocks of that base and how they may be eroded by Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, as well as mental illness.
The fate of the world’s richest biodiversity of salamanders and newts is in the hands of pet owners across North America, said Natacha Hogan, an environmental toxicologist specializing in amphibians at the University of Saskatchewan.
A research project by College of Law professors was recently recognized by the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice.
PotashCorp Kamskénow, an award-winning U of S outreach program that brings engaging science and math education to community schools in Saskatoon, has just received renewed funding through PromoScience, a program of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
Growing up on a mixed farm outside of Regina, Sask. inspired a passion for agriculture in Janna Moats at an early age.
When you spend a lifetime studying a single discipline, it can become a challenge to effectively communicate with those from other fields.
Bird health and the conservation of declining bird species are unifying themes for a new avian research centre on campus.
According to the Lung Association, almost three million Canadians and more than 300 million people worldwide have asthma. Of those, roughly 100,000 Saskatchewan people are living with asthma, including 35,000 children.