SRC unveiled the new Climate Reference Station (CRS) at the Conservation Learning Centre near Prince Albert. The station will assist and inform Central Saskatchewan residents and companies about climate data. http://www.src.sk.ca/climate
Matt is a Business Systems Technician in the Saskatchewan Research Council's (SRC) IT department. Meet Our People aims to introduce job seekers to the various career paths at SRC. Search SRC's job opportunities at http://src.nu/srcjobs.
A Senior Research Engineer in our Energy Division, Mars enjoys the diversity and the work environment at SRC. Meet Our People aims to introduce job seekers to the various career paths at SRC. Search SRC's job opportunities at http://src.nu/srcjobs.
Jon works in the Saskatchewan Research Council's (SRC) Mining and Minerals Division as a Quality Control Officer. Meet Our People aims to introduce job seekers to the various career paths at SRC. Search SRC's jobs at http://src.nu/srcjobs
Order a radon test kit from SRC Environmental Analytical Laboratories: http://src.nu/radontest or email@example.com. Detect radon by testing. Long-term exposure to radon can increase your risk of developing lung cancer.
Radon is a colourless, odourless and tasteless radioactive gas that can seep into your home. Test your home or office for radon. Order a radon test kit from SRC's Environmental Analytical Laboratories: http://www.src.sk.ca/radon
Text2Car won the 2011 SABEX New Product of the Year Award, sponsored by SRC, for its text messaging system which can start, find and keep your car safe. Text2Car is a wireless provider in automotive control and monitoring, based in Saskatchewan.
Understanding pipe flow behaviour can transform the way resource industries do business. SRC's Pipe Flow Technology Centre™ provides full-scale physical modelling of complex pipe flow behaviour of slurries and crude oil mixtures.
For years concerns have been raised about the health of lakes and rivers, but how often is attention paid to the water beneath the surface? SRC is working with the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority to map groundwater in Saskatchewan's agricultural areas over the next five years to create a single 3D model. This mapping and 3D model will help to ensure safe drinking water, healthy aquatic ecosystems and a reliable water supply for industry.
A major step in the Smart Fuel Solutions project was announced with the launch of a hydrogen vehicle loading and fuelling station in Saskatoon. The station will fuel a fleet of seven hydrogen trucks. The trucks will reduce environmental pollution.