Franklin et Plomb. Decouverte Radio-Canada. March 17, 2019.
Entire Arctic expedition perished, but not because of lead. Fox News. August 29, 2018. (Reprint from Newser)
New analysis finds lead poisoning didn't kill Franklin Expedition crew. Saskatoon Star Phoenix. August 28, 2018.
Lead Poisoning Wasn’t a Major Factor in the Mysterious Demise of the Franklin Expedition. Smithsonian. August 28, 2018.
Entire Arctic Expedition Perished, but Not Because of Lead. Newser. August 28, 2018.
Researchers shed new insights into fate of Franklin Expedition. Exchange. August 28, 2018.
U of S Part of Continued Study of Franklin Expedition. Country 600 CJWW. August 28, 2018.
Lead poisoning eliminated as pivotal role in Franklin Expedition deaths. Global New Saskatoon. August 27, 2018.
Saskatoon's synchrotron helps debunk Franklin Expedition lead-poisoning theory. CBC Saskatoon. August 27, 2018.
Researchers provide new insights into fate of Franklin Expedition. CBC Thunder Bay August 27, 2018.
Doomed crew seeking Northwest Passage didn’t die from lead poisoning. New Scientist. August 27, 2018.
Researchers raise doubts about cause of death of Franklin Expedition members. CBC News London. August 25, 2018.
Study questions the role of lead poisoning in Franklin Expedition deaths. Phys Org. August 24, 2018.
Researchers provide new insights into fate of Franklin Expedition. University Communications news story August 23, 2018.
Ancient spinal injury: A story of survival. Story featuring a collaboration with Dr. Angela Lieverse in On Campus News, August 11, 2017.
U of S research looks to improve forensic investigations. Janna Andrownowski featured on Global New Morning Saskatoon July 11, 2017.
Small bones yield big results for U of S researcher at CLS. University Communications news story featuring Dr. Janna Andronowski, June 27, 2017.
3D imaging seeks to explain reason for higher DNA yields from smaller bones. CLS Research Highlight featuring Dr. Janna Andronowski, June 28, 2017.
New technique looks at lead in old bones. University Communications news story featuring collaborator Dr. Sanjukta Choudhury, June 23, 2017.
Saskatoon researchers discover new technique for reading lead in bones. CBC News story featuring collaborator Dr. Ian Coulthard, March 14, 2017.
Synchrotron scientist helps find the secret of British sailors' bones. Saskatoon Star Phoenix story featuring collaborator, Dr. Ian Coulthard, March 15, 2017.
Scientists develop tool for studying ancient civilizations. Collaborator Ian Coulthard featured in CLS research highlight. February 14, 2017.
Honorable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, visits CLS January 18, 2017. Research with collaborator Mikko Finnila was highlighted in one stop.
18TH CENTURY SAILORS KILLED BY POISONED RUM? The Drinks Business story featuring collaborator Dr. Tamara Varney. May 16, 2016.
Did Toxic Rum Kill These 19th Century British Soldiers? Forbes Story featuring collaborator Dr. Tamara Varney. May 11, 2016.
U of S researcher uses synchrotron to unlock arthritis mystery. Dr. Arash Panahifar featured by CBC News Saskatoon. Nov. 19th, 2015
Diagnosing osteoarthritis before it appears. Dr. Arash Panahifar featured in a CLS research highlight Nov. 18th, 2015
Revealing a dead man's story through his bones. CLS research highlight May 8th, 2015.
Featured in '10 years of Discovery' at CLS. March, 2015.
Study finds possible differences between bones of men and women. Story in Sheaf newspaper. Oct.12, 2014.
Dr. Yasmin Carter Interviewed on CBC Radio Saskatchewan - the Afternoon Edition. Sept. 30th, 2014.
Great Strides for Osteoporosis Research. Dr. Yasmin Carter on John Gormley Live. News Talk Radio 650 CKOM, Saskatoon. Sept. 30th, 2014.
Studyfinds clues to explain aging bone loss. Dr. Yasmin Carter featured in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Sept. 29th, 2014
Bones of Contention. Dr. Yasmin Carter featured in 'On Campus News' University of Saskatchewan. Sept. 29th, 2014.
An Ancient Killing Reveals a Genetic Anomaly. Radio Canada International. Interview of Dr. Angela Lieverse, Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014.
“Wrong Place at the right time: Siberian Bronze Age skull reveals secrets of ancient society” CLS News. June 11, 2014. Mirrored in On Campus News.
"CLS Research that Could Change your Life: Synchrotron Scientists Curing the World's Ills" Green & White: University of Saskatchewan Alumni Magazine. Spring 2014.
"The Skeleton Crew" within International Innovation. Research Media UK pp 44-46. Dec. 2014. Download PDF
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Three of our papers were featured in the "2012 CLS Research Report", released Jan. 2014.
"Mercury and lead in bones: an outing to bioarcheology" Article in the Medicine Chest. July 21, 2013
"Synchrotron scientists and international team reveal talestold by old bones" April 30, 2012. Phys.org
"Royal Navy Mystery" CBC News. April, 25, 2012.
"Tales told by old bones" Canadian Light Source Science Highlights. 2012
"Illuminating Bones" Innovation.ca Research in Action story. April 17, 2012.
"It's in his Bones" U Magazine. University of Calgary Alumni Magazine. Winter 2012 Edition.
"Just a Minute: Bright Ideas from Synchrotron Students for Canadian Health". Yasmin Carter interview 'Illuminating Osteoporosis' (3 videos down).