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UH team finds glitch that could affect more than 100 scientific studies

The glitch was discovered when UH Mānoa graduate student, Yuheng Luo, was verifying chemistry data and found that a computer's operating system would present varied results.
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Medical student wins prestigious national scholarship

Jester Galiza, a second-year medical student at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, has received a highly competitive National Health Service Corps scholarship.
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Family medicine trainee receives national honor

John A. Burns School of Medicine's Nash Witten was one of 12 medicine trainees selected nationwide for the Excellence in Graduate Medical Education Award.
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Shidler College honors five distinguished alumni

Russel Hatta, Lance Inouye, Micah Kāne, Wendy Peterson and Wendy Tong Barnes were inducted into the Shidler Hall of Honor.
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Forest conservation could save $1.4M to Maui water

UH Economic Research Organization and Water Resources Research Center researchers find that conservation efforts benefit the land and local water supplies.
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Whale bubble-net feeding documented by UH researchers through groundbreaking video

The video footage collected helps researchers better track humpback whale behavior, habitat use and changes in food due to climate change.
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University of Hawaiʻi sees slight dip in enrollment

The UH system analyzes the data for the enrollment decline as well as their successes, programs and other methods that help boost enrollment.
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Water conference and networking opportunities inspire students’ career path

This was the first time students from UH were invited to the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference.
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E-zine Vice-Versa goes ‘Otherworld’ly for 2019 issue

The annual e-zine published 20 student and faculty contributors from Hawaiʻi and nationwide campuses.
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$5.3M for world-famous UH reproductive lab

The grant will allow the Institute for Biogenesis Research to produce transgenic mice for other researchers seeking medical cures at UH.
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UH statewide media campaign hopes to Ê»Ignite the Fire Within’

“We have the spark, ignite the fire within,” reminds Hawaiʻi that there is a place for everyone in the 10-campus UH system.
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Sciences and the Sacred: Conversations on Maunakea lecture series

Each lecture will pair a Native Hawaiian practitioner with a UH faculty member on topics ranging from geology, and hydrology to pre-1778 human interactions on Maunakea.
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UH receives $6M for Native Hawaiian programs

The University of HawaiÊ»i has been awarded more than $4.8 million in grants by the U.S. Department of Education’s Native Hawaiian Education Program.
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Research team lays groundwork for nanoscale particle discoveries

Embedding such particles in a “matrix” (referring to a surrounding medium or structure) composed of a different material makes it possible to create nanocomposites that enable new technologies.…
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UH Mānoa team competes in international animation contest

The five UH Mānoa Academy for Creative Media animation students of team SPICY AHI had 24 hours to create a 30-second animated film.
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