Science & Technology

International collaboration brings artwork to life with augmented reality

shARed spaces team explores the possibilities of a developing technology and its place in digital art

USask announces 2024 Images of Research contest winners

Winning submissions included images from projects in the Departments of Art and Art History, and Biology,

Five things to know about the upcoming solar eclipse: USask space expert

A SuperDARN scientist talks about the eclipse on April 8, 2024

Canada had designs on being a hydro superpower. Now its rivers and lakes are drying up.

Wall Street Journal
“In parts of the country, conditions are truly disastrous,” said Dr. John Pomeroy (PhD) of the Department of Geography and Planning

USask research making a splash on World Water Day

USask is celebrating World Water Day—and showcasing its world-class water research happening on campus and beyond

National USask-led satellite science mission receives $17 million in funding

The HAWC mission could revolutionize the way we understand and address climate change

'From strength to strength:' Water research hub brings women's voices to the forefront

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The USask-led Women Plus Water project connects early-career female scientists with mentors who can help them thrive

USask research: For water in Western Canada, forget the old normal

University of Saskatchewan researcher Dr. John Pomeroy (PhD) says the ways we’re managing water resources will no longer cut it

Tsunami on the plains: USask researchers find sea waves once swept Prairie Provinces

Department of Geological Sciences researchers have found the strongest-ever evidence of a tsunami in a shallow inland sea

Women and girls in STEM: ‘Different perspectives are always good’

USask chemistry assistant professor reflects on gender divide in STEM-related studies

USask student challenging perception of dinosaurs with ‘paleoart’

USask geological sciences graduate student Kaitlin “KT” Lindblad reimagines some of the world’s best-known dinosaurs with artwork

The top 10 stories of 2023

A list of the College of Arts and Science’s most-read news stories