Physics and the principles of collaboration

U of R physicist Zisis Papandreou and his team have built the Generation-II BioPETx nuclear imaging detector – one of the world’s most advanced tools for looking inside living plants.

Digital connections

A new online resource helps child services workers support the mental health and well-being of vulnerable children and adolescents.

Nocturnal navigators

University of Regina biology students are shining a light on Regina’s most surprising fly-by-night operation.

Tracking COVID’s trash toll

Environmental engineer Kelvin Ng is working with the City of Regina to develop a waste prediction model over the remaining waves of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Climate in a box

PhD student Jared Suchan has developed a climate in a box, called the Bench-Scale Atmospheric Simulator.

Empowering mothers living with schizophrenia

Exploring the lived experiences of mothers living with schizophrenia.

Accolades

Recognizing the accomplishments of U of R researchers

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