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The Savage Kitchen app uses GPS and crowd-sourced citizen science to link people worldwide with the edible wild foods available in their own backyards
In 2017, the iFirst Analyzer was recognized by NASA iTech as one of the Top 10 technologies that are solving problems on Earth and have the potential to address existing challenges to enable NASA missions.

Crowdsourced directory launched to support local eateries

COVID-19 could deal a major blow to small businesses. This directory will help residents feed their families while supporting their local eateries.

Hawaii scientist releases wearable app to stop face touching

"When you touch your face, every noxious thing on your fingertips gets 'jalpeno business,'" Binsted jokes. "Get it? 'All up in yo business!'"

Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a death found at two new sites on Kauai

Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death has been found at Limahuli and Waipā on Kauai’s North Side, prompting officials to encourage enhanced bio-sanitation efforts.

Sacred Hearts Academy, Saint Louis Schools take top VEX IQ Robotics...

A total of 11 Hawaii middle school robotics teams have been invited to participate in the 2020 VEX IQ World Championships in Kentucky.

Scientists discover deep-sea shrimp are covered in organs capable of seeing...

Many deep-sea creatures have organs all over their bodies that emit light. Now scientists believe these same organs can...

Artificial intelligence research at UH Hilo nets $500K grant

The half-million dollar award to Travis Mandel will have a major impact on research and educational activity on Hawai‘i Island and grow UH Hilo’s expertise and curriculum in the field of data science.

Weed scientists meet on Maui, recognize UH researchers

More than two dozen individuals who are making significant contributions to weed science were presented with awards by the Weed Science Society of America.