Author Archive: Talia Ogliore
UH Mānoa graduate student Gerald Cobian is one of 11 recognized by National Science Foundation.
“Green” submarine telecom cables would advance global climate change research, according to UH scientists and a U.N. task force
UH has been ranked among the top world universities for its scientific publications by National Taiwan University.
A $500,000 grant to the Hawaiʻi Center for Advanced Communications will help bring broadband wireless service to remote areas in Hawaiʻi.
For the next HI-SEAS mission, starting October 15, the participants will be isolated in their dome habitat for eight months.
UH Mānoa College of Engineering’s Yi Zuo develops new method for sorting cells capable of separating 10 billion bacterial cells in 30 minutes.
UH Mānoa astronomer R. Brent Tully has led an international team of astronomers in defining the supercluster of galaxies containing our own Milky Way
Skin fungus linked to dandruff and other skin maladies has now been tracked to even further global reaches, according to UH Manoa scientist Anthony Amend
A study led by UH Mānoa’s Peter Marko discovers that seafood mislabeling can disguise geographic origin, one of the most important factors in mercury levels.
The Applied Research Laboratory at UH and Hawaiʻi Natural Energy Institute receives $9m for testing and research of wave energy conversion devices.