Fedoruk Centre Project Advisor, Prof. John Luxat, appointed senior advisor on nuclear energy at McMaster University

Engineering physics professor and nuclear safety expert John Luxat is bringing five decades of experience in the field of nuclear energy to a new role as Senior Advisor — Nuclear E...

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An unexpected career

By: Brianna Bergeron

Ten years ago, Amber Thomas was getting her Adult 12 at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Today, she’s an operations technologist at the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovati...

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An Emerging National Neutron Strategy in Canada

By: Anne Ballantyne and Daniel Banks

The Canadian neutron beam community is aligning around an emerging strategy to rebuild Canadian capacity for materials research and development with neutron beams.

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Physics and the principles of collaboration

By: Lynette Piper

U of R physicist Zisis Papandreou and his team have built the Generation II BioPETx nuclear imaging detector-one of the world's most advanced tools for looking inside living plants...

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Making a Difference

By: Kathryn Warden

USask Research Centres Help to Combat COVID-19 Pandemic

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Neutrons Canada

By: BrightnESS²

On Wednesday, January 29, the Canadian Neutron Initiative (CNI) working group took a major step toward their goal. On behalf of the working group, the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centr...

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Opinion: Saskatchewan should consider enriching its uranium

By: Essam Husein

Uranium enrichment and fabrication of SMR fuel could become a new industry, close to the sources of natural uranium in Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan opinions about small modular reactors

(2019 Dec 2) – After Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe and his counterparts from Ontario and New Brunswick announced their agreement to cooperate in researching the introduction of sm...

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Can small modular nuclear reactors power Saskatchewan?

John Root was interviewed by the Saskatoon Global News morning program about nuclear energy and the idea of small modular reactors (SMRs) as an option for Saskatchewan’s energy mix...

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Partnership Extended

The Fedoruk Centre Board of Directors unanimously approved a two-year extension of our partnership with the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School for Public Policy (JSGS), supporting the...

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New chair for the Fedoruk Centre at USask

SASKATOON – Prominent Saskatchewan business leader Tom Kishchuk will serve as the new chair of the board of directors for the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation ...

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Radiation safety officer offers campus collaboration

By: Ashley Dopko

For University of Saskatchewan (USask) Radiation Safety Officer Matthew Hutcheson, safety is in the details.

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USask researcher finds her chemistry destiny

By: James Shewaga

She came halfway around the world to work on a global problem, and University of Saskatchewan (USask) cancer researcher Dr. Elaheh Khozeimeh Sarbisheh (PhD) couldn’t imagine being ...

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$11.6M to help Fedoruk Centre support nuclear research and training (Global News)

By: Doug Lett and Thomas Piller

Saskatchewan Minister Tina Beaudry-Mellor announces 5-year commitment of baseline funding for the Fedoruk Centre

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Province announces $11.6 million for U of S nuclear innovation centre (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)

By: Amanda Short

Professor Aram Temurazyan (University of Regina) introduces the BioPETx

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Moe touts talks on small 'safe' nuclear reactors (Regina Leader-Post)

By: Arthur White-Crummey

Prof. Esam Hussein (University of Regina) interviewed following Premier Moe’s comments that smaller nuclear reactors might be an option for Saskatchewan power mix when coal is phas...

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USask researcher one of 30 ‘rising stars’ in nuclear medicine and molecular imaging

By: Shannon Boklaschuk

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher has been recognized as one of 30 rising stars worldwide in the field of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging.

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The Conversation: Good nuclear policy should combine research, innovation and public engagement

In Saskatchewan, nuclear research is being conducted with medical and energy applications. The public should be consulted when developing nuclear policy to apply and benefit from t...

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Colorectal cancer cells killed by assassin antibody, USask team finds

By: USask Research Profile and Impact

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of death from cancer in North America and is often diagnosed at an advanced stage, after it has spread to other parts of the body. Pat...

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New USask treatment for bone cancer in young people and dogs

Human and veterinary cancer specialists at USask have been awarded $765,000 in federal funding to develop a new treatment for osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer that particularly ...

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