First up, we get an update from Brian Glazer about a National Science Foundation project to study the He’eia fishpond. Then we talk with Tyler Hiranaka, Ephraim Botulan and Kamanu Hoo-Candia to learn about a new STEM robotics program at Kalani High School called Aeronautical Engineering and Robotics.
First up, we get an update from Dean Levitt on his latest startup, Teacup Analytics. Then we talk to Dr. Kawika Winter and Merlin Edmonds from the National Tropical Botanical Garden to learn how technology like drones can aid in the discovery of remote, rare native plant species.
First up, we have George Yarbrough here to tell us about the launch of Impact Hub Honolulu. Then Stacy Clayton from Kamehameha Schools and Ian Kitajima from Oceanit are here to tell us about a new coding system for non-coders called “Altino“. Workshops are ongoing and you can find more information here.
First up, we get a preview of “What it Means to Be An American,” an event that will explore Hawaii’s sense of identity. Jennifer Sabas, Director of the Daniel K. Inouye Institute and Senator Jill Tokuda tell us all about it. Then we’ll talk to Rob Hauff from the state’s Department of Forestry and Wildlife about efforts to understand and battle the devastating plague call “Rapid ʻŌhiʻa Death.”
We’ve got a full lineup today. First up, we hear Laine Kohama from GigaIsland to tell us about the upcoming ShakaCon. In our main segment, we talk to Aaron MacDaniel from Your Front Desk and Michelle & Yacine Merzouk from Tripidee, two companies in the latest Blue Startups cohort, about their startup experience. We also talk about the upcoming Blue Starups Demo Day on July 7th.
We’ve got a full lineup today. First up, we hear Coralie Matayoshi from the Hawaii Chapter of the American Red Cross about hurricane preparedness. Then we talk to Yvonne Chan from Iolani School and the high school team consisting of Sarisa Choy ‘18, Daisy Chang ’18 and Kyla Kohara ‘18 who won in their category for the Make the Ala Wai Awesome Challenge.
First up, we hear about this month’s HVCA Luncheon. Then it’s on to the Honolulu Mini-Maker Faire, with Ross Mukai from the Oahu Makerspace. Then we talk about the recent King Tides, and the part that citizen science can play, with Matt Gonser and Shellie Habel from the University of Hawaii.
- Liquid App
- Coastal Geology Group
- As sea level rises, much of Honolulu and Waikiki vulnerable to groundwater inundation
- Development of a model to simulate groundwater inundation induced by sea-level rise.
First up, we find out about the launch of storytelling app JamBios with co-founder Beth N. Carvin and spokesperson Henry Ian Cusick. Then we talk about cyber security and student opportunities with Jake Ross and Reynold Hioki. We also learn about Cyber Hui and the upcoming Summer Cyber Camps, Gen Cyber and Cyber Patriot.
First up, we find out about the upcoming EdTech Conference hosted by Kamehameha Schools, from organizer Alan Tamayose. Then we have Keith Weiser from the Dept of Agriculture to explore whatʻs being done to control invasive species like the coconut rhinoceros beetle and whether eradication efforts are successful.
We find out what’s new at this year’s Biggest Little Air Show. Anne Murata of the Pacific Aviation Museum is here to tell us about it and a special for Bytemarks Cafe listeners. Go to this link and use promo code Bytemarks for a great deal.
Then we have Dr. Matt Levy from HPU to explore the ‘Internet of Things,’ from both a technical and social point of view.