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The Faculty of Science represents one of the strongest academic areas at the University of Regina. It attracts more than half of all the tri-council research funding and holds four Canada Research Chairs. With the need for scientific and technical skills in the 21st century, students will find that the strengths of the Faculty make it an attractive one in which to further their education.

We offer undergraduate and graduate programs through six departments. To find out more about each department, please select a departmental website listed in the left navigation.

Science News


Department of Biology to host CSM/SCM 2015

In the upcoming week the Department of Biology will host the 65th Annual Canadian Society of Microbiologists Conference at the University of Regina. Welcome to all of our visitors! From more information on the conference or to register please click here.


Science Rendezvous 2015!

On May 9th over 1000 people came to experience a day of fun in Science! With over 30 activities and stage shows it was one of the most exciting events to date! See you all next year!

Science Congratulates it's 2015 NSERC  Recipients

Garth Huber, Physics. ($75,000)
Zisis Papandreou Co-Applicant: George Lolos, Physics. ($135,000)
Andrew Cameron Co-Applicants: Chris Yost, Richard Manzon, John Stavrinides, Josef Buttigieg, Biology. Tanya Dahms, Chemistry & Biochemistry. ($49,046)
Dae-Yeon Suh Co-Applicant: Tanya Dahms, Chemistry & Biochemistry. ($21,948)
Ryan McKellar, Biology. ($100,000)
John Stavrinides, Biology. ($170,000)
Mark Vanderwel, Biology. ($125,000)
Scott Wilson, Biology. ($130,000)
Brian Sterenberg, Chemistry & Biochemistry. ($100,000)
Hairuo Qing, Geology. ($110,000)
Martin Argerami, Mathematics & Statistics. ($55,000)
Chun-Hua Guo, Mathematics & Statistics. ($85,000)


Biology Professor Recipient of NSERC Strategic Project Grant

Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Yost, Department of Biology, for his successful grant proposal titled “Measuring and mitigating the release of mobile antibiotic resistance genes from wastewater treatment plants in Canada”. The $584,975 grant will run for 3 years. For more on this story please visit here