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CTAHR alumnus Liangjie Dong made headlines with his latest invention—a paper filter made from bamboo fiber that removes lead, arsenic and bacteria from water and deactivates viruses.
Hawai‘i 4-H is highlighted in the National Institute for Food and Agriculture’s Annual Report. The section on youth development notes the STEM-enrichment activities, such as rocketry, that 4-H brings to youth in the Islands.
Koa is a key species in native forest recovery, but other trees are needed for long-term reforestation after a fire, Clay Trauernicht concludes in a Forest Ecology and Management article about his 14-year study in the Wai‘anae mountains.
An interdisciplinary group with CTAHR and UH ties maps the relative impacts of human activity and natural events in slowing reef recovery after coral bleaching events in Hawai‘i.
Welcome to Casey Bohan, who has just started at Waiakea Research Station as an agricultural research technician.
All Articles (2018– )