Noelo: University of Hawai‘i System Research Magazine

Noelo, which means “to delve, seek out or verify” in Hawaiian, is the research magazine of the University of Hawai‘i System. It is published annually by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation.

2020 Issue Highlights

  • UH’s World-Renowned Oceanographer David Karl
  • Cutting-Edge 3D Body Scanning at the UH Cancer Center
  • Ambient Computing Lab at UH Mānoa
  • Cultural Entrepreneurship at Kaua‘i Community College
  • The Hunt for the Origins of Earth’s Water

2019 Issue Highlights

  • UHealthy Hawai‘i Initiative
  •  Institute for Sustainability and Resilence
  • Hawai‘i Data Science Institute
  • UH and State Look to “HATCH” Aquaculture Innovation in Hawai‘i
  • UH Volcanologist Bruce Houghton

2018 Issue Highlights

  • Hunting for Killer Asteroids and Surveying the Sky with UH’s Pan-STARRS
  • National Disaster Preparedness Training Center
  • Fighting to Stop Cancer in its Tracks
  • Seeds of Success: The Legacy of James Brewbaker
  • UH West O‘ahu’s Emergent Cyber Defense Education Program
  • Barry Weinman: UH’s Innovation and Commercialization Architect

2017 Issue Highlights

  • Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope
  • UH Cancer Center’s Multiethnic Cohort Study
  • HNEI: Shaping Hawai‘i’s Energy Transformation
  • UH West O‘ahu’s Sustainable Community Food Systems Program
  • ACM System: UH’s Creative Media Pipeline

2016 Issue Highlights

  • The Hawai‘i Innovation Initiative
  • UH’s CyberCANOE
  • Coral Bleaching and Climate Change Research at UH
  • UH’s “Supercool” Professor
  • Space Programs at UH