University of Saskatchewan

  • The brain’s natural defenses can make tumors in this part of the body difficult to treat, but scientists have found some early success using electrical fields in laboratory models that led to the selective death of tumor cells.
  • Palaeontologists have gathered fascinating new insights into dinosaurs from the stomach contents of an incredibly well-preserved nodosaur. They can tell not just what its last meal was, but how it browsed for food and even what time of year it died.
  • Science
    ​With the world only getting hotter, scientists are already looking at clever ways of changing up food production to make sure future generations don't go hungry. New research looks in this area looks at breeding new kinds of peas that are built to take the heat. ​
  • A research team at the University of Saskatchewan has found what may be an inexpensive and environmentally friendly way of recycling gold from jewelry and electronics using a solution of reusable table vinegar.