Send out the clones

Tim Sharbel’s groundbreaking research into asexual reproduction would be a global game changer

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Mister Canola wears his crown lightly

Canola came of age in Saskatchewan. In the four decades since its debut, it has become the country’s major oilseed crop, exceeding wheat in acreage and value. One of the much-laude...

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Experimental economics in transportation policy

Shipping Saskatchewan grain to market is no game, but James Nolan is using experiments in the form of computer games to better understand how Canada’s freight system works, and how...

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The path to ending hunger

Food and an end to hunger lie at the heart of agriculture and agricultural research, regardless of geography, crop or culture. In Africa, maize, or corn, is a daily dietary staple,...

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The real deal:

In the battle against climate change, this is the work that truly makes a difference

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More From Less

Why North Battleford is the place to be in the (surprisingly big) world of livestock feed

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