Author Archive: Kelli Trifonovitch
“Any threat to science is a threat to our basic humanity. So we need to rise and we need to march in support of science and our future.”
The College of Engineering was recognized as the ‘Elele Organization of the year for its role in securing meetings and conventions business.
MAʻO provides scholarships and stipends for post-secondary expenses for UH students through its Youth Leadership Training program.
NASA videographer Kjell Redal’s documentary looks back on Project Imua’s second launch.
The collaboration of Hawaiʻi CC’s agriculture and culinary students brings locally grown produce from the farm to the plate.
In her third visit to the law school, Justice Ginsburg provides students a rare educational opportunity to hear insights directly from the highest court in the U.S.
Co-author of Let Them Eat Dirt, Brett Finlay speaks with UH News about raising children with microbes.
The Hawaiian bobtail squid is helping build UH’s microbiome research capacity.
Six astronaut-like crewmembers entered a geodesic dome located 8,200 feet above sea level on Mauna Loa, which will serve as their home for the next eight months.
The crew has been selected, and research studies confirmed for the 2017 mission of the Hawaiʻi Space Exploration Analog and Simulation.