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Help With Hemp 11 September 2019

Help With Hemp

Submit comments on hemp pesticides

Those working with industrial hemp have an opportunity to make their voices heard. The Environmental Protection Agency has received applications to add hemp to the labeling of ten currently registered pesticide products that contain active ingredients with established tolerance exemptions. Due to the EPA’s expectation that these initial applications involving hemp may be of significant interest to the public, and to enhance transparency, EPA is offering the opportunity to comment.

No Drought About It 11 September 2019

No Drought About It

Visiting researcher discusses ways to mitigate drought effects

Feeling dry? Come to the latest installment of the Natural Resources and Environmental Management seminar series (see the series schedule, attached) to hear East-West Center fellow Dr. Abby Frazier discuss “Drought Knowledge Exchange in Hawai‘i and the US-Affiliated Pacific Islands.”

Lyon’s Share 20 August 2019

Lyon’s Share

Submit your oral presentation and poster abstracts for Lyon Arboretum symposium

In celebration of their 101 years of research, Lyon Arboretum is hosting their second annual symposium, with the theme “Exploring Diversity in our Backyard: Nā Maka O Ka ‘Āina A Me Ke Kai.” It will showcase undergraduate and graduate research conducted at the Arboretum and throughout UH Mānoa. The focus this year will be exploring the bounty of diversity found in the Hawaiian archipelago.

Horticulture in the Desert 20 August 2019

Horticulture in the Desert

CTAHR faculty and students shine at horticultural conference

CTAHR was well represented at the American Society of Horticultural Science (ASHS) meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada. Despite late-July temperatures that exceeded 100 degrees on four of the five days they were at the conference, an impressive array of students, faculty, and Extension agents shared and increased their knowledge with like-minded scholars and professionals from all over the country.

Publication Plus 20 August 2019

Publication Plus

Nutrition student recognized for significant research into obesity

When grad student Michael Wong (PhD, Nutrition Science) submitted his first paper—ever!—to the Journal of Obesity, he didn’t know what he was setting in motion. Not only was it accepted for publication; it was selected as one of the top five submissions of the year, praised as a study that “significantly furthers our scientific understanding of obesity.”

Now his paper, titled “Children and Adolescent’s Anthropometrics Body Composition from 3D Optical Surface Scans,” is going to be published and featured in the November issue of Obesity and will appear prominently in a press release that the Obesity Society will issue then. In addition, he has been asked to attend the society’s ObesityWeek event in Las Vegas in November to present the paper in person in a special session.

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