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A recent global report published in The Lancet estimates 75,000 cases of sepsis occur in Canada every year, likely causing 18,000 deaths.

Scientists are used to playing the long game, chipping away at a small part of a much larger scientific question, often over the course of many year

Several University of Saskatchewan research centres are supporting the international effort to fight COVID-19 with some of the most advanced resea

As COVID-19 spread across the globe, governments looked to epidemiologists to slow its transmission.

Previously, scientists have determined that entry of SARS-CoV-2 into cells occurs through a receptor on the cell surface, known as A

A test that detects changing levels of tumour fragments in the blood may be an easy, non-invasive and quick way to predict who will benefit from im

When the University’s research labs shut down for quarantine, biology professor Brian Dixon pivoted some of his research away from b

Western’s campus has been closed for months, the greenspaces empty and corridors eerily silent. The catalyst for this radical change was COVID-19.

As the province continues with its phased approach to re-opening the economy, what is the latest research telling us ab