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Science and Environment

Makana Shook, editors

 

Record shrimp harvest at HPU Oceanic Institute

Researchers at the Oceanic Institute, an affiliate of Hawai‘i Pacific University, expect to harvest a record amount of shrimp this week from their biosecure round pond at Makapu‘u Point. [More]

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Johns Hopkins talented youth integrate Oceanic Institute field work

HPU again participated in the prestigious Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer education program sponsored by Johns Hopkins University. HPU was the sole Pacific site to host the residential program, which invited about 200 exceptionally gifted 12- to 16-year-olds from here and countries around the globe. [More]

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HPU offers new MS in marine science

HPU’s new Master of Science in Marine Science (MSMS) degree program starts this fall, allowing students to engage in research projects and pursue careers in teaching, oceanography, and marine research. [More]


Dr. David Horgen, Natural Science Dean Dr. Alissa Arp, and HPU student Sarah Mathia study samples at Oceanic Institute’s laboratory.

Courtesy OI

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Earth Talk:
Is tap water safe?

Editor’s note: O‘ahu’s water consistently tests high for safety, purity, and taste. [More]

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Aloha from OI:
Where HPU students also study global climate change

With global climate change a very prominent topic throughout the world today, scientists and students at HPU are part of cutting-edge research to study the effects of climate change on Hawai‘i and the global environment. [More]


Assistant professor of biology, Dr. Valerie Franck, studies Kane‘ohe Bay.

Courtesy OI

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