Author Archive: Talia Ogliore
The Applied Research Laboratory at UH and Hawaiʻi Natural Energy Institute receives $9m for testing and research of wave energy conversion devices.
Scientists discover that communities of ocean microbes have their own daily cycles, results published in Science.
The passageway that links the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean is acting differently because of climate change, and now its new behavior could, in turn, affect climate in both ocean basins in new ways.
A University of Hawaiʻi startup company placed 3rd in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2014 Innovation Showcase.
A Nature article points to an unstable Antarctic ice sheet that can abruptly reorganize Southern Hemisphere climate and cause rapid global sea level rise.
Milton Garces, of Hawaiʻi Institute for Geophysics and Planetology, will lead infrasound portion of program focused on improving the nation’s nuclear arms control technology.
UH Mānoa scientist charts seafloor of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument—the largest protected area in the U.S.
UH Mānoa professor Michael Bell awarded National Science Foundation CAREER Grant for his work on the intensification of tropical cyclones.