Funding Agreement Ensures Fedoruk Centre Continues To Support World-Class Nuclear Research And Training

At the opening of the new Innovation Wing of the Saskatchewan Centre for Cyclotron Sciences today, Minister Responsible for Innovation Saskatchewan Tina Beaudry-Mellor, announced $11.6 million in new funding over the next five years for the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation.“Research supported by the Fedoruk Centre places Saskatchewan among global leaders in areas of…

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Province Declares Saskatchewan Innovation Week

The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to proclaim May 21-31 as Innovation Week in Saskatchewan.  The week provides an opportunity to recognize and celebrate how the innovations coming out of our province have shaped, and continue to shape, Saskatchewan and the world.Saskatchewan has made its impact, from inventing the air seeder, to setting up the first ATM, and creating the…

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Innovation Challenge Winners Looking to Monitor Solid Waste

Prairie Robotics and a team of researchers from the University of Regina have been selected as the winners of Saskatchewan’s latest Innovation Challenge.  The winners will be looking to develop new ways we can use technology to monitor the amount of solid waste generated and disposed of in the province.Prairie Robotics of Regina will use artificial intelligence to estimate the weight of…

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