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sunil sohani from src safety services sits at desk in office
September 28, 2022
written by SRC Communications
At SRC, safety is seen as everyone’s responsibility, and we have built our culture on that principle. Safety is fundamental to everything that everyone at SRC does. Meet the person responsible for engaging and leading the entire organization with a safety-first mindset. Read on.
woman eating a smore after doing src science experiment
July 05, 2022
written by SRC Communications
This summer you can have fun in the sun and learn a little about science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) at the same time. Here are some entertaining and easy science experiments for kids and adults alike to fill long, sunny days (and some indoor activities for the rainy ones).
rob millar src standing in geoanalytical laboratories
June 05, 2022
written by SRC Communications
Rob Millar’s nearly two-decades long career started at SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories in 2005 in sample preparation. He then moved into an analyst role and eventually became lab manager. Learn about Rob's career at SRC and how he and his team have helped develop solutions to meet the evolving needs of industry.
Historical photo of potash flotation at SRC
May 09, 2022
written by SRC Communications
As the potash industry has developed in Saskatchewan and around the world, SRC has provided technological support along the way. Learn how we've helped to address many of the potash industry’s challenges and growth along the way.
Profile photo of SRC's engineer Ryan Jansen
April 26, 2022
written by SRC Communications
SRC has a long history of working in energy efficiency and renewables, and that work continues today. Meet Ryan Jansen, Team Lead, Integrated Energy Systems at SRC who leads much of SRC's work in renewables technology, as well as smart and microgrids—all with an eye on helping industry improve efficiencies.
cows drinking water from trough src livestock water testing
April 06, 2022
written by SRC Communications
Research shows that livestock with access to quality water will consume more, gain weight quicker and are less likely to develop health issues. Learn about some of the most common factors affecting water quality that we’ve seen at SRC Environmental Analytical Laboratories.
SRC scientist uses Resistivity Apparatus for Groundwater Mapping in 1959
March 22, 2022
written by SRC Communications
In the 1960s, SRC began the Geology and Groundwater mapping program, collecting and compiling data on the geology, quantity and quality of groundwater resources in Saskatchewan's agricultural regions. Learn more about this historic work and how it helped provide a basis for groundwater resources in the province.
mike mccubbing, manager of src's diamond lab with TOMRA xrt sorter
March 03, 2022
written by SRC Communications
Meet Mike McCubbing, manager of SRC's Diamond Laboratory - one of the largest commercial diamond processing labs in the world. Learn more about Mike's career at SRC and how his team has helped grow SRC's diamond capabilities to meet evolving industry needs.
lithium ion battery recycling at src
February 23, 2022
written by SRC Communications
As electric vehicle technologies advance and the energy transition continues, the demand for critical metals keeps rising. Learn about SRC's direct recycling process of LIB metals that will help industry meet the growing demand for critical metals and divert batteries from landfills.
SRC engineer in front of solar panel array
February 21, 2022
written by SRC Communications
There’s no rule that you must be born with math and science skills to pursue a career in engineering; it’s all about persistence, and a deep desire for learning new things and discovering how they work. We had a chat with a few of our engineers and geoscientists at SRC to learn more about what drew them to their careers. Find out what it's like to live a life of science.