Learn about the work of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory and its mission to monitor the active volcanoes in Hawaii.
Sea, Sky, and Land: Engaging in Solidarity in Endangered Ecologies 4S 2023 Honolulu—Sea, Sky, Land, Endangered Ecologies, Solidarities Society for Social Studies
Join us for a social and presentation to learn about the work of CFH Telescope, how data is gathered, and a day in the life of an astronomer.
In a fierce battle royale, superheroes duke it out while balanced by the story of shaka to bring us all back down to Earth.
This gathering of about 100 science educators is this year focused on Artificial Intelligence (AI), ‘Aina, and The Next Generation of Science Teaching.
Learn more about upcoming genomics education workshops and project opportunities with ʻĀina-Informatics Network, based at ʻIolani School.
We’ve got some awesome speakers in the lineup! We’ll see you Tuesday, June 6th! Doors open at 7pm, talks start at 7:30pm. DJ Globes spinning the beats.
April's Nerd Nite Honolulu presents work by three graduate scholars from the Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center (PI-CASC) at UH Mānoa.
It’s that special time of year when the kids of Hawaii come together to showcase their contributions to science and the community.
Ever wonder why Hawai‘i is arguably the rainbow capital of the world? Join ARCS Honolulu Chapter on Thursday, June 16 to find out.
We are thrilled to be inviting you back to in-person events with us this month. We are going back to Anna O'Briens upstairs!
This event will feature research from our Data Science Fellows in the areas of visualization, machine learning, geosciences, and more.
Join us for an introduction and overview of the NSF SBIR program with Program Director Steve Konsek SBIR/STTR’s are a great opportunity
We have reached out for workshops and speakers from Hawaii and outside Hawaii. Participants will also be able to learn from 12 mini workshops and demonstrations, mini keynotes and participate in a Galaxy Treasure Hunt for answers posed by STEM professionals from Hawaii.
Dr Rick Bennett, President Applied Life Sciences LLC and the Kona Coast Waterkeeper, will speak on "The measurement of microbial safety of our recreation waters is a SWAG, and we are going to be OK."
An open community meetup to hack on science projects every first Tuesday.
Undergraduate students from MIT’s Traveling Research Environmental eXperience (TREX) will present the results of two research projects from their time on Hawaii.
We have been able to map the boundaries of the supercluster of 100,000 galaxies that we live in: a structure that we named Laniakea. It is some 500 million light years across, making it one of the largest known features in our Universe.