Current News
2014 Spring Plant Sale coming to Lyon Arboretum on May 10
Apr 17, 2014, Mānoa — Celebrate National Public Gardens Day with plant sale, tours, displays and activities for the kids.
Multi-agency wall charts for Hawaii pesticide users now available
Apr 17, 2014, Mānoa — Collaboration of College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources and two state departments.
Civil Engineering students excel at Pacific Southwest competition
Apr 17, 2014, Mānoa — The UHM Steel Bridge Team has earned a spot to move on and compete in national competition.
Architecture faculty member selected as Fulbright Specialist
Apr 17, 2014, Mānoa — David Rockwood's research will focus on Vietnam's housing stock in the present and future.
Scientists chart seafloor of one of Earth's largest marine protected areas
Apr 15, 2014, Mānoa — Team of scientists maps 11 percent of Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
Scientific mission will explore one of the deepest ocean trenches
Apr 15, 2014, Mānoa — Telepresence capability will bring mysteries of the deep to the computer screen.
Sea Grant, U.S. Senator Schatz and UH Manoa to convene Ascent conference
Apr 10, 2014, Mānoa — Former U.S Vice President Al Gore and U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer will headline event on campus.
CTAHR scientists create new app to track papaya virus and GE papaya
Apr 10, 2014, Mānoa — Users can request free seeds to replace genetically engineered or virus-infected plants.
Agriculture college honors agronomist and Big Island grocer
Apr 9, 2014, Mānoa — 2014 award winners work to reduce poverty abroad and preserve agriculture at home.
Health-care students lead fun, informative event for keiki
Apr 9, 2014, Mānoa — Second Annual Health Keiki Camp is held at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.
Cities support more native biodiversity than previously thought
Apr 9, 2014, Mānoa — Largest global dataset of urban birds and plants shows world’s cities retain unique natural palette.
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