We believe in creating innovative technologies that solve real world problems through creative design.
SaskInvent is a student organization, at the University of Saskatchewan, that focuses on designing and building projects that can benefit individuals and society. Established in 2014, SaskInvent has grown into an established part of the engineering college, with designated lab space, and over 20 committed members. SaskInvent brings together people from engineering, the applied sciences, and business to create an interdisciplinary collaborative environment. All projects undertaken revolve around the central theme of helping people. Current projects underway include 3D printed surgical brain models for the Royal University Hospital, optogenetic and behavioral research devices for the Dr. Howland Laboratory, and 3D printed prosthetics for children. All projects chosen are based upon their potential positive impact, likelihood of uptake and integration into the current system, and feasibility. Through SaskInvent, students have the opportunity to work on unique projects where they can apply the theories they have learned in class in a practical meaningful way.
Being a new club, we are looking to expand our influence and make more people aware that they can get involved with SaskInvent. If you know people that need an idea created, share our name and join the cause.
Do you want to support a project? We are always looking for individuals and companies interested in supporting our cause. If you are interested we can set up a meeting and you can become part of the process.
We are looking to involve people from medicine, business, and engineering. SaskInvent is looking to create a platform where people from multiple disciples can come together and work on great ideas.
Do you have a great idea that you want to see come to life? Share it with us! We are always looking for new inspirations.
University Of Saskatchewan Engineering Building 57 Campus Drive,
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9
We couldn't do what we do without the help of our sponsors, so we'd like to thank these groups for their generous contributions!