University of Saskatchewan

July 29, 2014   

Innovation Gallery : A Century of U of S Innovation

Celebrating 100 Years of Discovery, Creativity and Innovation

New knowledge through research, scholarly and artistic work underlies all academic endeavors across our 13 colleges.

Our researchers partner with our local community, industry, government, and Aboriginal communities to find solutions to pressing societal and scientific challenges. Faculty and students together explore important questions that change our fundamental understanding of the world and our place in it.

Explore our century of innovation!

  • Making Waves: The work of these researchers and scholars is sending ripples around the world.

  • A Century of Innovation on Campus: A quest for knowledge that probes the building blocks of life, reaches to grasp the secrets of outer space, and explores critical public policy issues. 

  • Engaging Minds: Profiles of Discovery and Creativity at U of S. Meet the vanguard of innovation and hear their passion for discovery.

  • U of S Firsts: From physics to drama, from biochemistry to civil engineering – forging new paths into uncharted territories.

  • Deo et Patriae: “For God and Country:” highlights of our history, courtesy University of Saskatchewan Library Archives.


  • Electronic Text Research at the University of Saskatchewan: View the work of faculty, students, and others engaged in research on electronic text in any form.


  • Aboriginal Research Exhibit: Celebrating Aborginal Research at the University of Saskatchewan



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