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SASKATOON – University of Saskatchewan (USask) researchers are part of two COVID-19-related projects awarded major federal funding today—one to de

It’s not clear whether people who have recovered from COVID-19 are immune to the coronavirus that causes it, but a new research project

A faster way to detect clusters of COVID-19 infection in the population is critical to avoiding future outbreaks — and what’s going down your drain coul

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Research is showing that part of what makes the virus that causes COVID-19 so deadly is that the body mounts an overreactive immune response as the v

Federal government and provincial partners entrusting uOttawa and its affiliated research institutes with second round of rapid research fund

Neuroscientists exploring the lasting impacts of COVID-19 on the brain hope their newest study will provide answers for health-care professionals and

Ophthalmologists encouraged to take extra precautions while working with patients who have conjunctivitis.

Jim Cotton and Ali Emadi earned grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and the Ministry of Researc

Fostering a transition toward sustainability and patterns of development that promote human well-being while conserving the life support systems of