University of Saskatchewan
NSERC Funding 2006/7 C$M 26.5 All Research Funding 2006/7 C$M 140.6
Number of Canada Research Chairs - 40
Internal Research Centers and Institutes (partial list)
- Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture
- Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation
- Centre for High Performance Computing
- Institute For Computer and Information Technology
- Institute of Space and Atmospheric Studies
- Saskatchewan Drug Research Institute
- Saskatchewan Structural Sciences Centre
- Subatomic Physics Institute
- Toxicology Centre
- Plasma Physics Laboratory
- Saskatchewan Isotope Laboratory
- Research Centers and Institutes Operating with Independent Boards from The University
- Canadian Light Source - Synchrotron light source operated as a national facility
- Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit, Inc.
- Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization- Vaccine Research with Level 3 laboratory.
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