Combining medicine and engineering to repair a damaged heart

The combination of the Canadian Light Source (CLS) synchrotron’s unique biomedical imaging and therapy (BMIT) beamline and the vision of a multi-discipline researcher from the University of Saskatchewan in confirming fiction as fact was published in the September issue of Tissue Engineering, one of the leading journals in this emerging global research field of tissue regeneration.

U of S researchers awarded $10.7M by NSERC

Sixty University of Saskatchewan (U of S) faculty and 27 graduate students and post-doctoral fellows have been awarded a total of $10.7 million by the federal Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) for fundamental research that will contribute to more prosperous future for Canada.

September Activities for Students

Engineering students, with the new academic school year around the corner, the College of Engineering has a full slate of events for September.

College of Engineering Welcomes Distinguished Alumni for "Lessons in Leadership" Panel

The College of Engineering joins in the excitement of the fall semester beginning to share that on September 12th, our college be hosting another Leadership Panel with two high profile engineering alumni and corporate leaders: Myron Stadnyk (BE’85), President and CEO, ARC Resources & Jonathan Wright (BE’86, MSc’89), President and CEO, NuVista Energy Ltd.

Researchers develop technique to reuse carbon dioxide and methane

Reusing carbon dioxide and methane waste emissions from industrial sources is closer to reality, thanks to recent findings from the Canadian Light Source and a U of S research team led by Hui Wang, professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan.

Mining in microgravity

Planetary exploration may be a step closer to reality thanks to a group of stargazing students at the University of Saskatchewan.

Engineering students discover dinosaur bones

Engineering students from the University of Saskatchewan Space Design Team (USST) have gained media attention for their discovery of dinosaur bones during their prep work for the Canadian International Rover Challenge they hosted in Drumheller, Alberta in July.

Kells earns Provost's Teaching Award

The College of Engineering is proud to announce that Professor Jim Kells of the Civil, Geological and Environmental Engineering Department is the 2017 Provost's College Teaching Award recipient.

Watch: Leadership Panel with three engineering alumni

On March 24, 2017, the College of Engineering welcomed undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff of the University of Saskatchewan to an open panel and 'Q &A' discussion with three College of Engineering alumni and corporate leaders at Convocation Hall: Mike Marsh (BE’79), SaskPower, President & CEO & Mark Fracchia (BE’78), PotashCorp – PCS Potash, President & Ken From (BE’79), SaskEnergy, President and CEO.

Float or sink?

Will it float or sink? This was the big question on the minds of participants at the hands-on boat building challenge as part of Aboriginal Achievement Week.

Powerful possibilities

Weaning the world from its fossil fuel addiction is a mammoth task that not only includes coming up with new ways to generate energy, but also storing it and transforming it for society’s needs, from smart phones, toasters and steel smelters to scooters, cars, trucks and trains.

Aboriginal Achievement Week

To celebrate Aboriginal Achievement Week from February 27 to March 3, the College of Engineering and the College of Arts & Science are co-hosting two events

U of S researchers exploring soil ecosystems, biomedical coating

University of Saskatchewan (U of S) researchers have been awarded close to $1.5 million by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) for collaborative projects that will improve the durability of biomedical implants and increase understanding of how land use and climate affect soil in agricultural areas...