Organic matter found in fossilized 44-million-year-old beetle

An exciting new discovery opens a window to the past.

Research to help provide clean drinking water to First Nations communities

University of Regina environmental engineer secures federal funding to develop a self-powered, portable device for water disinfection and pollutant removal

My identity is my superpower

Dr. Gwen Grinyer is the first open, out, and visible trans woman physicist in Canada.

Easing the burden

Online therapy is helping to protect the mental health of public safety personnel and their families.

Silenced Sisters

Silenced Sisters is a student's photo-based response to the Missing Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) movement.

Found in translation

Translating more than 40,000 documents will help the Cowessess First Nation team discover the identities of those buried in hundreds of unmarked graves.

Managing our mask mess

Engineer Dr. Denise Stilling is turning used face masks into weather-resistant landscape bricks that can withstand a Prairie winter.

Recycling Saskatchewan’s ag waste

Engineer Dr. Denise Stilling is taking flax residue and turning it into something useful - pole caps that can preserve the wood of utility poles.

If the shirt fits…

How one U of R prof is hoping to change the shape of fanwear to be more inclusive.

A picture is worth a thousand emotions

Master’s student Dami Egbeyem has created a way to show us our emotions

U of R mental-health researcher awarded Order of Canada

Dr. Gordon Asmundson has been appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada for his ongoing research, mentorship, and clinical practice in the field of mental health.