After the headlines, David Julian tells us about his upcoming Pacific New Media workshop on Photoshop. Finally, David Watamull from Cardax Pharmaceuticals and Stefan Moisyadi from the UH Institute for Biogenesis Research will join us as we take a look at the biotech industry in Hawaii.
After the headlines, Song Choi from the UH College of Engineering and Elvis Grande from Farrington High School will tell us about the upcoming VEX Robotics competition. Then, Aaron Kaplan and Sherry Miyasato from the Virtual Reality Treatment Center will join us to talk about how VR Technologies are used to treat a variety of anxieties.
In the News:
- Oceans absorbing carbon dioxide more slowly, scientist finds – The world’s oceans are absorbing less carbon dioxide, or CO2, a Yale geophysicist has found, after pooling data collected over the past 50 years. With the oceans currently absorbing over 40 percent of the CO2 emitted by human activity, this could quicken the pace of climate change, according to a study that appeared in last week’s issue of Geophysical Research Letters.
- Wide heads give hammerheads exceptional stereo view – Hammerhead sharks are among the ocean’s most distinctive predators, but scientists have long debated why their heads are shaped the way they are. A new study published Friday concludes that their head shape greatly enhances the shark’s vision.
- National Science Foundation grant to fund new telescope instrumentation – The University of Hawaii at Hilo’s Hoku Kea Telescope atop Mauna Kea has received a National Science Foundation grant to fund major research instrumentation, the university announced last week. Over $141,000 will be arriving courtesy the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act over a 3-year period, effective this past September.
- University of Hawaii announces Hawaii IPv6 Task Force – The Internet has grown far larger and much faster than its creators ever imagined. As a result, the number of available addresses used by the global computer network is dwindling.
After the headlines, Janie Archuleta will tell us about an upcoming class she is doing on Joomla. Then, Benny Ron and Sam Joseph from the Univ. of Hawaii will join us to talk about the aquaculture program at UH, and how the virtual reality environment of Second Life is enhancing the curriculum. For more information, visit AquacultureHub.org.
After the headlines, Bob Furukawa and a student from Aikahi Elementary School will join us to tell us about the upcoming First LEGO League Robotics competition. Then, David Clements from Hawaii Biotech and Bruce Stevenson from the Pacific Health Research Institute will join us to talk about biomedical research and life sciences development in Hawaii.
After the headlines, Jay Fidel from Think Tech Hawaii tells us about an upcoming tech event called Rebuilding in 2010. We then talk to Les Iczkovitz and Nalani Manwarring from Laser Energy Works about low-level laser treatments for pain relief and non-invasive body sculpting. This show was broadcast during the fall pledge drive, and is therefore abbreviated.
After the headlines, we’re joined by Francios Rogers from the Blue Planet Foundation to talk about the Blue Line Project. We then talk to Benny Ron from UH and Glenn Martinez from Olomana Gardens about Aquaculture and Aquaponics. This show was broadcast during the fall pledge drive, and is therefore abbreviated.
After the headlines, Robert Hirokawa from the Department of Health tells us about the Hawaii Health Matters dashboard. Then, Greg Kim from Virtual Law Partners and Jonathan Roberts from the UH Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development (OTTED) will join us to talk about intellectual property.