Post wars: How social media is reshaping armed conflicts

Humanitarian turned researcher is studying how social media has fundamentally changed armed conflict and political violence.

Stellar design: The story behind Project Airlock

U of R engineering student’s competition-winning design is attracting interest from the aerospace industry.

Mood and the menopause transition

Research shows depression during perimenopause is more common than you might think.

CHCHD2: Novel gene to help target treatments for Parkinson’s

U of R postdoc’s research on a novel gene moves us closer to better treatment, possible cure for Parkinson’s.

Vice-President (Research) message

Happy new year! A new year brings the opportunity to set new goals, play with fresh ideas, and strengthen our commitments to initiatives that will move us toward a more sustainable future. Discourse Research Magazine is doing all of the above. To do our part to cut our carbon emissions and reduce our environmental footprint, […]

Getting the URJ for research

Thanks to undergraduate student Kiegan Lloyd, the University of Regina now has its own undergraduate research journal.

NFL awards U of R researcher more than $500,000 USD for concussion and cannabis research

Dr. Patrick Neary and his team received funding to explore the effectiveness of medical cannabis products in treating concussions.

PSPNET helping hundreds of public safety personnel manage and maintain their mental health

PSPNET program expands to the Maritimes thanks to financial support from the Medavie Health Foundation and partners.

Water security solutions

University of Regina professors receive close to $3.5 million in research funding for projects that have the potential to change the lives of people in Saskatchewan and around the world.

Federal government provides $20 million to U of R for PTSI research and treatment

Public Health Agency of Canada provides $20 million to U of R researchers to support and deliver mental health interventions to frontline health care workers, public safety personnel, and their families.

Peptide predictor

Dr. Mohan Babu and his research team rapidly designed and confirmed which peptides would bind to the SARS-CoV-2 spike surface protein, thus detecting which peptides can be used to detect COVID-19 in real time.