Recent UH News

Microbiome transplants provide disease resistance in critically-endangered Hawaiian plant

Microbiome transplants provide disease resistance in critically-endangered Hawaiian plant

Thursday Nov 16, 2017 Transplanting wild microbes from healthy related plants can make a native Hawaiian plant healthier and likelier to survive in wild

Developing shellfish farming opportunities

Developing shellfish farming opportunities

Wednesday Nov 15, 2017 The UH Sea Grant College Program received a $149,972 NOAA grant to develop new opportunities in shellfish farming for Hawaiʻi and the U.S. affiliated Pacific Islands.

T. rex’s small arms were built for slashing

T. rex’s small arms were built for slashing

Tuesday Nov 14, 2017 UH Mānoa paleontologist Steven Stanley reevaluates the T. rex’s small arms at a recent Geological Society of America meeting.

Initiative to address challenges facing Hawaiʻi and the world launches with research projects

Initiative to address challenges facing Hawaiʻi and the world launches with research projects

Tuesday Nov 14, 2017 Inaugural UH Mānoa Strategic Investment Initiative projects capitalize on the strengths of the university and focuses on a challenge facing Hawaiʻi, the solutions of which can be exported to the world.