Discovery and Innovation on Diverse Fronts
From life-saving medical breakthroughs in medicine and cancer, to astronomy, to oceanography, to pharmacy, the scholarship and research conducted by the University of Hawai'i impacts the quality of life on many levels.
UH research programs:
- Develop human capital and new knowledge
- Promote innovation and collaboration
- Support new businesses and long-term job growth
- Generate revenues that boost the local economy
- Maximize the advantages of Hawai'i's unique natural and cultural heritage
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Earthquake-damaged Japanese observatory finds new home on Haleakala
Posted on Wednesday September 10, 2014
The Institute for Astronomy facilitates the re-use of an existing dome on Haleakala for the Tohoku 60-centimeter telescope.
How to identify and control little fire ants
Posted on Monday September 08, 2014
College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources scientist share tips for identifying and controlling the invasive and damaging little fire ants.
XLR8UH: Turning research into viable products and businesses
Posted on Friday September 05, 2014
UH launches XLR8UH, a Proof of Concept Center investing in innovative ideas as a launch pad for commercialization.
Wekiu bug research leads to new conservation tool
Posted on Thursday September 04, 2014
UH Manoa's Daniel Rubinoff and UH Hilo's Jesse Eiben study rare native insects using methods originally developed to track and control agricultural pests.
UH scientist maps supercluster of galaxies, names it Laniakea
Posted on Wednesday September 03, 2014
UH Manoa astronomer R. Brent Tully has led an international team of astronomers in defining the supercluster of galaxies containing our own Milky Way