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Science and Environment

Cheryl Kaimana and Franzceska Fenger, editor

 

OI/HPU's world-class Marine Science Program

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. Last issue I introduced you to some of the cutting-edge applied research programs ongoing at the Oceanic Institute. Now I would like to tell you about OI’s affiliation with HPU, which was launched in June 2003. [More]
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Ethanol's potential: Looking beyond corn

At the fuel pumps in São Paulo, customers have a choice: gas or alcohol? Since the mid-1970s, Brazil has worked to replace imported gasoline with ethanol, an alcohol distilled from locally grown sugarcane. Today ethanol accounts for 40 percent of the fuel sold in Brazil. [More]

 

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