Fresh Water Flown to Iqaluit After City's Supply Deemed Undrinkable

Dr. Steven Siciliano, a University of Saskatchewan professor, microbiologist and toxicologist, who has worked in Iqaluit says any amount of fuel in drinking water is unsafe, but dr...

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Inside the Lab Scanning Saskatoon's Sewage for COVID-19

The program blossomed from an improvised effort into a federally-funded initiative scanning sewage samples from three Saskatchewan cities.

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City and USask Study Rubber Tire-Derived Chemicals in Stormwater

The City of Saskatoon and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) recently collaborated on a study to determine if chemicals that leach from rubber tires are entering the stormwater...

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A Celebration of Opportunity: Toxicology Undergraduate Research Experiences

For undergraduates who choose to major in Toxicology during their USask studies, a myriad of research opportunities exist to expand learning beyond coursework.

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Saskatoon Lab Predicted Variant Spike in Sewage Study

Researchers with the University of Saskatchewan can predict when spikes in COVID-19 and the variants are going to occur by studying wastewater samples.

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Resilient Women in Toxicology Research

These students exemplify the importance of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields.

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