Indoor Programs

January Meeting

 “What lies beneath: microscopic life forms in your backyard”

Nick Belliveau

Nick is a master’s student in the Department of Biology at the University of Saskatchewan, studying the reproduction of the plains pricklypear cactus. He previously completed his undergraduate degree at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he was introduced to the incredible diversity of microorganisms (particularly microscopic algae). He has continued to study these organisms as a personal interest, examining soil and water samples under the microscope in search of the remarkable array of microbes found within: rotifers, tardigrades, ciliates, diatoms, nematodes, cyanobacteria and more!


7:30 PM Thursday January 16
, Room 1130 Health Sciences E-Wing, U. of S. Campus


All meetings are open to the public and are held in Room 1130, Health Sciences E-wing, University of Saskatchewan campus in Saskatoon on the third Thursday of the month between September and April (second Thursday in December).

Coffee and cookies are served afterwards, but please bring your own non-disposable cup. 

Note the new location as shown in the image or click HERE for a google map.

Avoid a parking ticket while attending the SNS monthly meetings – consider these parking options on campus:
Underground parking is available in Health Sciences Parkade: (Located beneath Health Sciences Building – Clinic Place Access off Hospital Drive) for $3.00/hour.

Click HERE for Information on evening parking on the University of Saskatchewan Campus.


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