Empowering First Nations in the Transition to Renewable Energy
A University of Saskatchewan public policy student has won a prestigious national scholarship that will enable him to explore how policy changes could create opportunities for First Nations to produce renewable electricity for the power grid.
Berry Researcher Sees the Fruits of His Labour
A University of Saskatchewan plant science student has been awarded the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship to adapt the blue honeysuckle berry to grow in a warmer climate.
U of S Student Studies Tick DNA to Get Ahead of Potential Health Threat
While most people try to keep blood-sucking parasites as far away as possible, University of Saskatchewan biology student Chantel Krakowetz surrounds herself with ticks to study their population genetics and the bacteria they contain.
Smallpox Vaccine Inspires Research Career for U of S Student
Back in his native India, Channakeshava Umeshappa was studying to become a veterinarian when he came across the history of smallpox and recognized the power of vaccination to change the world.