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Saturday, August 15, 2020

Hawaii students sought for Congressional App Challenge

"The Challenge is a great opportunity for our local students to focus their skills and creativity on developing, testing and analyzing new applications for real-world use."

Sea urchin hatchery celebrates seaweed-free Kaneohe Bay

"The urchins have proven to be key tools for this work in a marine environment and are instrumental in helping save near-shore reefs that are in trouble."

Hawaiian Telcom earns Blue Zones worksite certification

"Our employees are our most important assets, and it’s even more important now during this COVID-19 pandemic for us to support their health and well-being as part of our commitment to them and to Hawaii."

IHS reports data breach of software provider

IHS is among of hundreds of organizations affected by a recent ransomware attack on Blackbaud, which specializes in providing online applications to support social good organizations.

USGS seeks hosts for community seismographs

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a personal seismograph nearby that you could check to see what the ground was doing?

New species of native snail discovered

The name Auricullela gagneorum was chosen to honor long-time champions of Hawaiian biodiversity, Wayne and Betsy Gagne. The couple spent their lives advocating for the discovery, study and preservation of Hawaii’s biocultural resources.

How rare are hurricanes in Hawaii?

Hurricane Douglas is barreling on a track toward the Hawaiian Islands and could reach Category 3 strength later this...