Episode 419: Protecting Native Insects – Sept. 7, 2016

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Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Shem Lawlor, Will Haines, Fiona Langenberger, Jason Graham, Ryan Ozawa

First off, after some quick Apple talk from today’s keynote, we look ahead on the local tech calendar and the Hawaii Tourism Conference. Shem Lawlor from Blue Planet Foundation is here to tell us about the upcoming Electric Island Drive. Then Fiona Langenberger from PacIOOS joins us to give us an update on PacIOOS website and the IUCN World Congress. Finally, after the break, we’ll talk to Will Haines and Jason Graham, both researchers at DLNR developing programs to save native insect species, the Kamehameha butterfly and Yellow-faced bee.

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Episode 159: Sharks! – Aug 31, 2011

First we’ll look at the latest tech news and happenings in Hawaii and beyond. Then joining us today is Danielle Scherman from Social Wahines to tell us about Startup Weekend. Finally, we’ll find how scientists are learning more about the sea and our environment from Sharks. Chris Ostrander from PacIOOS and Kim Holland from the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology will help dispel the myths about ocean creatures.

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