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"The biggest challenge for the state right now is how to implement and control travel-related spread. Careful analysis of how the spreading factors change are key to mathematical modeling."
"We proposed a simple 'Spit-in-a-Cup' that is fast, cheap and accurate, which could be used to simply test at home, at school, at work, or airports."
The brainchild of local entrepreneurs Ryan Kalei Tsuji and Gregory Hadley, CoronavirusHawaii.com was created to serve as a local hub for businesses and organizations, as well as to provide residents information on available resources.
Personal genomics startup LifeDNA has initiated a coronavirus study aimed at understanding why certain individuals and racial or ethnic groups are more prone to the infection and may suffer a more severe course...
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.
"When you touch your face, every noxious thing on your fingertips gets 'jalpeno business,'" Binsted jokes. "Get it? 'All up in yo business!'"
While the number of visitors to Hawaii set another record in 2019, visitor spending fell last year as international spending languished. Now, the coronavirus represents a considerable but uncertain risk to Hawaii’s economy in 2020.
WePrescribe - How It Works
Patients can get help with simple health conditions and prescriptions quickly via an app.
Paubox
Project Orca email campaigns can include Personal Health Information (PHI), which makes the messages more relevant and drives better patient engagement.
Michele Carbone and Haining Yang
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year, $2.6-million grant to University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center researchers to study the role of the BAP1 gene in human cancer development and cell metabolism.