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Students and faculty in the Department of Biology are passionate about their research, and have often received recognition for their work and dedication. See some of our recent achievements.
Kupu's Rewarding Internships for Sustainable Employment (RISE) program is hosting a beach cleanup at Waimanalo Beach on the morning of Friday, July 18 from 10am to 12pm.
This Saturday, June 28th will be an invasive algae huki located at the natatorium side of the Waikiki Aquarium. Huki means to "pull" or "remove".
Jonathan Whitney, a PhD candidate, is currently looking for two unpaid research assistants to help with field collections and lab experiments as part of his PhD dissertation project on Mate Choice
Scientists have recently decoded the genome of the Western Painted Turtle, Chrysemys picta bellii, one of the most widespread, abundant and well-studied turtles in North America. This freshwater turtle is only the second reptile species for which complete genome sequences have been assembled and analyzed, behind the green anole lizard.
Nanodiagnostics, LLC was recently established out of the lab of Kevin Bennett, Associate Professor in Biology. Nanodiagnostics brings novel, sensitive molecular imaging contrast agents to market.
Trawling the bottom of the ocean, dragging heavy metal equipment along the seabed at high speed, is the most destructive form of deep-sea fishing in the world. The fishing industry loves it because it is very effective. But it is indiscriminate and leaves behind a trail of devastation.
I dreamed of being a doctor since high school. At the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM), I decided to major in biology because I had an interest in medicine, but also because my interest was in that subject.
I am a science filmmaker who started, and currently runs, a company called Untamed Science. That means I take topics in science and I find ways to make interesting and engaging films about them.
I was born and raised in Hawaii in a low to middle-income family. My parents made many sacrifices to provide a good private school education for my two siblings and me. They instilled in me a desire to improve myself through education and experiences.
Biology / Botany Seminar Series
Fridays 3:30 - 4:20 p.m. in BioMed B-103
Peter Davies, Cornell
Friday, Mar. 21, 3:30 - 4:30 pm, BioMed B-103
Jill Zamzow, Senior Reef Fish Researcher, Coral Reef Ecosystem Division, NOAA
Reef Fish Research Across the Pacific: an Overview of the NOAA Coral Reef Ecosystem Division's Fish Team
Friday, Nov. 22, 3:30 - 4:20 pm, BioMed B-103
Mike Hart, Simon Fraser University
Friday, Nov. 15, 3:30 - 4:20 pm, BioMed B-103