Monthly Archives: May 2015

“What’s the Big Idea?”

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In my latest story for Hawaii Business, I cover four innovations that show the potential to capitalize on University of Hawaii research. Read more here.

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“Little fire ant could take big bite out of Hawaii Island economy”

Little fire ant is considered one of the world’s worst invasive species. UH economists say that spending $8 million on eradication of this pest today could save the Big Island more than $6 BILLION over 30 years. Read my story for Hawaii Business here.

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For Science: “Telescope clash deeply rooted in Hawaii’s past”

For the latest issue of Science magazine, I cover Native Hawaiian opposition to the Thirty-Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea. Download a PDF of the story here.

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For Hakai: Five Aquarium Fish Best Left in the Ocean

For the new online science magazine Hakai, I cover five of the species most threatened by aquarium collecting. Read the story here.

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