Entries from April 2010

Nature and technology combine in winning photo

April 21st, 2010 | by Malamalama Staff | 1 Comment

Nature and technology combine in award-winning photograph by R. David Beales.


Lost on Campus

April 21st, 2010 | by Jeela Ongley | 3 Comments

UH locations featured on the tv show Lost.

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Grant promotes drug safety for rural elderly

April 21st, 2010 | by Malamalama Staff | Comments Off

The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo College of Pharmacy will develop, deliver and evaluate the impact of medication safety education pertaining to the elderly under a $331,000 grant.


Ripe pineapple yields clues to aging

April 21st, 2010 | by Malamalama Staff | Comments Off

Employing proteomics, electron microscopy and biochemistry, a team of College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources scientists identified a genetic trigger unique to pineapple that inhibits the ripening process.


Beverly Willis: Pioneering architect

April 21st, 2010 | by Heidi Sakuma | Comments Off

Beverly Willis
BFA ’54 Mānoa


Promoting Hawaiian ʻŌlelo in a Digital World

April 21st, 2010 | by Kymber-Lee Char | 6 Comments

Hilo Professor Keola Donaghy pushes Apple and Google to accommodate Hawaiian language.


School of Social Work launches online journal

April 20th, 2010 | by Malamalama Staff | Comments Off

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work launches the Journal of Indigenous Voices in Social Work.


New coaches include some familiar faces

April 20th, 2010 | by Malamalama Staff | Comments Off

UH Mānoa and UH Hilo open 2010 with several new coaching appointments.


Unraveling genetic clues to prostate cancer

April 20th, 2010 | by Cheryl Ernst | Comments Off

Epidemiology Program Assistant Researcher Iona Cheng’s investigation of genetic susceptibility for prostate cancer among different ethnic groups.


Searching for cures by looking at cellular processes

April 20th, 2010 | by Cheryl Ernst | 1 Comment

André Bachmann of the UH cancer center’s Natural Products and Cancer Biology Program finds new compounds in nature and new uses for current or retired drugs.