JSGS expert appointed to an international working group focused on identifying governance solutions for a safe and just planet

Margot Hurlbert, Canada Research Chair in Climate Change, Energy and Sustainability Policy and professor in the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, has been appointed...

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Co-Away: a digital tool to help northern communities address COVID-19

Co-created with Indigenous communities in northern Saskatchewan, the project leverages locally crowd-sourced data to make informed decisions.

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Mitacs and JSGS to support Indigenous and northern communities with new digital technologies in fight against COVID-19

The projects will introduce Indigenous and northern communities to digital technologies that can help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and provide additional economic and commercial...

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Hope or Hoax? The controversial promise of stem cell treatment

This article was originally published in the University of Regina's Discourse magazine.

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Global Institute for Food Security at USask signs agreement to accelerate social science research in food security

University of Saskatchewan (USask) research has received a $675,000 boost from the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) to investigate social science impacts on food security ...

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CSIP student attends CSPC in Ottawa

Michaela Neetz attended the 11th annual Canadian Science Policy Conference (CSPC) in Ottawa, November 13-15th, 2019.

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