Author Archive: Marcie Grabowski
Pacific Biosciences Research Center researchers identified a single gene in fruit flies that controls male pheromone production, male fertility and, surprisingly, the fertility of rival males.
UH Mānoa’s Chris Measures and Mariko Hatta part of firts U.S. Coast Guard team to reach the North Pole unaccompanied.
David Karl was awarded the 2015 Balzan Prize in recognition of his lifetime of impactful research in the field of microbial oceanography.
UH Mānoa to receive funding from National Science Foundation to study volcanic crises in Hawaiʻi and California.
UH Mānoa ranked 15th in the world for earth and environmental science, according to this year’s Nature Index
UH Mānoa research team finds that small-scale ocean mixing has large impact.
New study builds on ways to identify stressors affecting reef health and possible approaches to reef management and conservation.
Virtually explore deep waters of marine protected areas in the central Pacific Ocean with NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer
New study provides rigorous assessment of extinction of invertebrates in Hawaiʻi.
Preconditioning adult corals to increased temperature and ocean acidification resulted in offspring that may be better able to handle those future environmental stressors.