Maunakea and COVID-19 might seem like an incongruous pair of themes to combine in a gallery, but the latest exhibition at the East Hawaii Cultural Center successfully does exactly that.
The University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy celebrated the recent March Match Day with 13 of its students from the class of 2021 and one student from the class of 2020 receiving good news.
University of Hawaii at Hilo biology professor of biology Rebecca Ostertag was elected a 2021 fellow of the Ecological Society of America.
Dean of the University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Carolyn Ma was elected a distinguished practitioner and fellow by the National Academies of Practice.
Big Island Wellness Solutions is distributing its booklet, “Hawai‘i Healthy Me,” to Big Island fourth-graders for the seventh year.
Gravimeters, essentially extremely precise pendulums, can measure a change in the force of gravity to one-in-one billionth of the force you feel every day. This force varies based on the distance and the amount of mass between the instrument (or you) and the center of the Earth.
Piglet, also known as “Piggy,” is a delightful, affectionate 2-year-old dog living at the Hawaii Island Humane Society Keaau shelter. Piglet was born blind but she keenly uses her other senses to navigate and map the world around her. She needs a patient, loving home that will provide her with joy, comfort, safety and enrichment.
On Tuesday, Mala‘ai: The Culinary Garden of Waimea Middle School will be featured in a virtual tour of school gardens from Hawaii Island to Washington, D.C.