UH Hilo classes using new CyberCANOE technology are transformed into collaborative teams skillfully processing and sharing complicated data.
The study creates a new, combined process to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, produce food and electricity, and reduce deforestation.
A team of researchers will be studying the impact on surrounding coral communities from an amphibious invasion of Peleliu in the Republic of Palau.
Symposium will have updates on Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death (ROD) by the lead researchers and managers.
David Arakawa is currently measuring gene sequences across a diverse set of avian species. He’ll be continuing his work as a graduate student this fall in the Tropical Conservation and Environmental Science program at UH Hilo.
The authors sought a better understanding of why conservationists and natural resource managers have lost ground in the past 20 years in relation to lucrative development properties funded at rates faster than the human population growth rate.
The Smithsonian’s Global Genome Initiative has provided funding for UH Hilo graduate student Jeffery Stallman to gather tissue samples and analyze DNA from all native plants in the Compositae (daisy family) found on Hawai‘i Island.
The project established a set of tools that were implemented through the Hawaiʻi Health Information Exchange system to communicate important clinical information to support patient care.
UH Hilo alumnus Jonathan Koch is doing postdoctoral work at his alma mater, helping to establish the Hilo campus as a hub for high impact genomics science.
Travis Mandel came to UH Hilo to help design a new data science program. His long term goal is to have UH Hilo stand out on a national level.