A microbiologist’s lifelong fascination with the living world

Microbiologist Dr. Andrew Cameron, whose fascination with the living world began at an early age, is using genomics to spot and study variations in the coronavirus.

Shining a light on the lived experience of addiction in Saskatchewan

Social work's Dr. Kara Fletcher is on a mission to humanize the lived experience of those living with substance use disorders.

Fractured: The gap between mental well-being and farming

Psychology master’s student Cynthia Beck is tailoring an internet-delivered cognitive behaviour course to address the particular needs of farmers and those working in agricultural environments.

Writing the book on COVID-19 responses

Psychologist Dr. Gordon Asmundson is tracking emotional and behavioural responses to COVID-19, which change rapidly, just like the science itself.

A studio without walls

This art-based research project is delivered to older adults over the phone helping to combat the social isolation of COVID-19.

Watchdog report into RCMP investigation of Colten Boushie’s death confirms police racism

Years of research show that Indigenous, Black and racialized people experience over-policing but also, under-policing, as was the case with the RCMP investigation into Colten Boushie's death in 2016.

Exploring our solar system

University of Regina astronomer Samantha Lawler created a fun and informative video that explores our solar system.

Let’s talk about sex…positivity

Funding announced for U of R health researchers to improve health outcomes

Research funding enables U of R researchers to address health challenges and improve health outcomes for the people of Saskatchewan.

With cyberattacks growing more frequent and disruptive, a unified approach is essential

Co-ordinated cyberattacks can create massive disruptions to infrastructure and supply chains. New treaties are needed to prevent cyberwarfare, but it's challenging to predict technological advances.

Wearable tech at the Olympics: How athletes are using it to train to win

The future of wearable technology holds limitless potential for elite athletes to optimize and enhance their athletic performance.

Research funding to help keep women safe

Categorizing intimate partner violence perpetrators can increase victim safety and prevent violent re-offense.

Citizen scientists test the waters

The University of Regina has been recruiting citizen scientists from across the province to test the water in more than 35 provincial lakes.

Mercury-contaminated fish populations can recover

U of R research shows that mercury-contaminated fish can recover.

Virtual health-care pilot heading to Northern Saskatchewan

U of R and partners receive $1.27 million in research funding for a Northern Saskatchewan virtual health-care pilot project.

Using theatre to address racism and oppression

Dr. Taiwo Afolabi has been awarded a tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Socially Engaged Theatre.