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UH launches tap water screening dashboard

Photo by Andres Siimon on Unsplash The University of Hawaii Red Hill Task Force has launched a Tap Water Screening Dashboard that

 

Hawaii Tech Events in August 2022

Looking to learn something new, or meet new people? I highlight interesting in-person and virtual events each month, and you

 

Artificial intelligence and machine learning could transform medical care

Inclusive Innovation Symposium: Starting the dialogue on artificial intelligence with Pacific Islander communities Article Preview This issue of Hawaii Bulletin

 

Hawaiians In Tech hosts first hackathon to explore genealogy tools

Hawaii Bulletin celebrates its first anniversary next month! I am humbled by your interest in these stories of island innovation,

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Volunteers, including Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi and city council member Calvin Say, helped plant a herb garden for pollinators. Approximately

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Ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs damaged

Officers are asking for help to try and identify the person or persons who damaged this important cultural site.
Source: Hawaii Star.

 

Immigrants boost Hawaii economy by $17 billion

Hawaii’s foreign-born residents make up about 20 percent of our population and are not only essential workers, they are our relatives, our co-workers, and our friends.
Source: Hawaii Star.

 

Number of people leaving Hawaii doubles in 2020

The number of people leaving in fiscal 2020 was almost five times
what local economic researchers were predicting just weeks ago
Source: Hawaii Star.