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Research: Modifying water’s structure as low-energy method for removing pollutants

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Fresh water is a finite resource vulnerable to contamination. Researchers from the University of Guelph and scientists from the Canadian Light Source at the University...

Sophisticated tools enable USask researchers to advance water security, human health

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Three University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers have been awarded $430,000 in total by the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to help purchase cutting-edge equipment...

City-USask projects target Métis history, clean runoff, green rental housing

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In three new projects, University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are aiming to trace and reconcile Métis history in Saskatoon, prevent a toxic compound from...

USask researchers explore how floods and droughts are challenging science and...

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In a new paper published in Nature, a team of University of Saskatchewan (USask) and international researchers presented their findings from a global investigation to...

Discovery of ‘young’ deep groundwater tells surprising tale: USask researcher

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The findings of a recently published study of ancient groundwaters have important implications for such practices as carbon sequestration and deep underground storage of...

USask researcher’s cutting-edge buoy aims to secure water source for Regina...

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SASKATOON – A strong partnership between University of Saskatchewan researcher Dr. Helen Baulch (PhD) and the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant is bringing cutting-edge...

USask researchers angling to protect fish from chemical contamination

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Two projects lead by researchers from the University of Saskatchewan’s Toxicology Centre have been awarded $300,000 each by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) to...

New Online Exhibit Aims to Explore Water Issues Globally

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A team of researchers from the University of Saskatchewan (USask), and others from around the world, is partnering with artists to launch a new...

‘The continents are drying out:’ New Research Shows Troubling Water Trends

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New research by a team led by University of Saskatchewan (USask) hydrologist Jay Famiglietti shows water is leaving the continents at an increasing rate,...

New Research Aims to Improve Water Security & Gender Equity

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A multidisciplinary research team from the University of Saskatchewan (USask) has been awarded $289,000 for a project to develop water security solutions. The water...

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