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Alumna Aly (Case) Akina, right, is putting her CTAHR merchandising education to work as co-founder of Healthy Baby Hawai‘i, which makes baby and toddler foods with local and organic produce.
Animal Sciences major and Rainbow Wahine middle hitter Emily Maglio received American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American honors.
Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering graduate student Rob Oda has been awarded the highly competitive Crown Prince Akihito Scholarship.
CTAHR Community Coordinator Ilima Ho-Lastimosa is part of a multidisciplinary effort to address health disparities thorough backyard aquaponics.
Molecular Biosciences and Biological Engineering graduate student Fernanda Oliveira’s assessment of environmental application of biochar was one of the Bioresource Technology journal’s most downloaded papers.
Perennial plants offer ecological advantages over annual crops, so plant biologist Michael Kantar works to develop commercially viable perennial alternatives to current grain and oilseed crops, which must be replanted every year.
Videos on the life cycle of bees and apian role in the rise of flowering plants captured national entomology awards for a CTAHR-led team.
Bred under the direction of the Mealani Research Station staff, CTAHR bulls rank among the top 5% of Angus in the country and are free of a common genetic disorder.
Entomologist Helen Spafford says a recent German study reporting a dramatic decline in insect populations sounds an alarm and “we need to wake up.”
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