University of Saskatchewan

The University of Saskatchewan is situated on the east side of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. This Canadian public research university was established in the year 1907. An act was passed by the provincial legislature in the year 1907. It helped in establishing the provincial university in the same year. This university is the largest education institution in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Education in Canada is highly regarded and so is this university.

This university was started as an agricultural college in the year 1907 and founded the first Canadian university-based department of extension in the year 1910. A total of 300 acres were reserved for university buildings and 1000 acres for the U of S farm, and agricultural fields. Presently, the major university campus is present upon 2425 acres with an additional 500 acres allotted for Innovation Place Research Park. This university still has access to neighboring urban research lands. The Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization facility of this university develops DNA-improvised immunization vaccines for both animals and humans. Since its foundation as an agricultural college, research has a key and significant role in this University. Discoveries made at the U of S comprise sulphate-resistant cement and the cobalt-60 cancer therapy unit.