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PATHway to Success

PATHway to Success

A JABSOM project that Jon-Paul Bingham (MBBE) is involved with has just been awarded a $19 million grant to fund undergraduate research. He is the director of PATHway to Biomedical Careers, which organizes and oversees student research activities at partnering community colleges and private universities in conjunction with local campus coordinators.
Thursday, July 12, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (97)/Comments (0)/
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Running for the Cause

Running for the Cause

David Christopher (MBBE) joined more than 350 other runners to run the 2018 “Freedom Run 5K” to raise funds for epilepsy education, treatment, and research. He placed 9th overall, with a time of 21:24! Way to go, and way to do good!
Thursday, July 12, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (48)/Comments (0)/
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Testing, Testing

Testing, Testing

Each year students in the life sciences at UHM present their research at the annual student-run Albert L. Tester Memorial Symposium. CTAHR students who participated last year include Megan Chi (MBBE), Nathaniel Wehr (NREM), and Michel Martinez-Sepulveda (TPSS, pictured). Now nominations are sought for next year's Tester Symposium keynote speaker.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (77)/Comments (0)/
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Uses of the Fungus Among Us

Uses of the Fungus Among Us

Samir Khanal (MBBE) is co-editor of a new book, Fungal Biorefineries, that covers the uses of fungi in biorefinery technology. It focuses on applications of fungi for the production of products such as organic acids, hydrolytic enzymes, advanced biofuels, polyols, single-cell proteins for animal feed, and secondary metabolites.
Wednesday, June 27, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (65)/Comments (0)/
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Insect Farming for Feed and Fuel

Insect Farming for Feed and Fuel

Samir Khanal (MBBE) has recent been awarded a highly competitive $150,000 grant from Western Regional Sun Grant Center focusing on bioconversion of food wastes/agri-residues using black soldier fly (BSF) (Hermetia illucens).
Wednesday, June 20, 2018/Author: Frederika Bain/Number of views (81)/Comments (0)/
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