Vol. 2 No. 1
Truth and Reconciliation
Historian Jim Miller is looking at apologies made to residential school victims.
Persuasion on the Prairies
A new website compiles more than 600 Prairie advertisements.
High on Hemp
Satya Panigrahi has created bricks made from hemp, flax and recycled plastic.
Oilsands: Extreme Makeover
Oilsands companies have called on U of S researchers to help restore mining land.
The Cost of Being an Inactive Kid
Adam Baxter-Jones is probing the physical health costs of being a couch-potato kid.
Report Card on Fitness
Karen Chad and her team are helping communities promote physical activity through an innovative strategy.
Unlocking Secrets of Infertility
Roger Pierson and Dr. Donna Chizen are finding better ways to diagnose a leading cause of infertility.
The Indiana Jones of Climate Change Research
Bill Patterson has trekked across the seven continents to better understand global climate changes.
Peter Stoicheff is digitally reassembling a medieval treasure of books.
PDAs for Caribbean Nurses
A Canadian program distributes personal digital assistants with medical information to nurses on five Caribbean islands.
Saving Young Lives Through Vaccine Research
Volker Gerdts and his team are developing a single-shot whooping cough vaccine for infants.
Searching DNA for Answers to Cancer
Wei Xiao and his research team have hit upon a ‘9-1-1’ signal that prompts cells to battle cancer-causing agents.
Arctic Sovereignty: From Crisis to Opportunity
Opinion — Greg Poelzer
An exhibition of artwork by professor Susan Shantz shown at the Mendel Art Gallery.
Read about U of S faculty and students who have recently been in the news for outstanding research and scholarship.