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Science and Environment

Grace Liao, editor

   

HPU and Oceanic Institute: international education

If you are a student interested in a career in marine sciences, you can take part in one of the most innovative ocean education programs available anywhere in the world... right here at Hawai‘i Pacific University. [More]
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Stem cell research: An end to disease?

Stem cells was a big issue in last year’s presidential election, and with the recent news that scientists in South Korea have successfully grown human organs from donor DNA, scientists all over the world are scrambling to catch up and people everywhere are discussing the potential of this research to cure spinal cord injuries as well as some of our most feared diseases—ALS, Parkinson’s, HIV/AIDS, MS, and Alzheimer’s. [More]

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