Communicating the Benefits of Agriculture Innovations

Originally posted October 11, 2017 VIEWFROMTHERANCHPORCH As a professor in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan, there are two things that make my job one of the best in the world, sharing the results of farmer surveys and teaching farm kids. I receive several invitations, …

Getting FOIAed:

U.S. organic-backed group targets another Saskatchewan researcher Written by Kelvin Heppner  Originally posted on RealAgriculture, May 31, 2017   The U.S. anti-GMO activist organization that has targeted several dozen scientists and academics who have published research on the benefits of genetic engineering has set its sights on another researcher at the University …

#3 Post of the Year: Human Health Benefits of Genetically Modified Flax Oil

Could a GM flax oil help treat breast cancer? The health benefits of flax consumption, such as the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, have been known for some time. A recent collaborative research article between the Universities of Alberta and Saskatchewan, extend the potential of these benefits even further, finding that …