Bookmarks for May 31st
When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on May 31st:
- Advanced BioScience Laboratories to Manufacture Hawaii Biotech’s Dengue Vaccine for Clinical Trial: Hawaii Biotech, Inc. and Advanced BioScience Laboratories, Inc. announced today they are partnering for preclinical development of a dengue vaccine.
- Growers benefit from virtual farming software: Farmville and Farmtown computer programs let people pretend to be farmers. A program developed by university scientists lets researchers grow virtual crops, too, but in a real effort to advise farmers on how to save money and resources.
- Models of diversity: “LOST” has reached the heights of the art and culture world — of New York City, no less. The result: an exhibit featuring photographic portraits of “Lost” cast and crew.
- Cancer researcher receives inaugural Weinman Innovator Award: André Bachmann, PhD and associate professor at the Cancer Research Center of Hawai‘i, is the recipient of the inaugural Weinman Innovator Award for Translational Research.
- Attend An Ocean Day Panel Discussion At UH-Hilo Wednesday: Pacific Ocean shoreline protection, resource management, ocean pollution and tsunami response are among the topics to be presented during a five-day Pacific Congress on Marine Science and Technology on the campus of University of Hawaii-Hilo.
- Air Force Selects Schafer to Research Effectiveness of Concentrated Photovoltaics: Schafer Corporation announced that it has been selected to lead an effort to demonstrate the viability of Concentrated Photovoltaic technology for terrestrial power generation at the Maui High Performance Computing Center.
- Phycal LLC Selects SSOE Group for DOE Grant Funded Pilot Algae Farm: Phycal LLC, an algae fuel company, recently announced that SSOE Group has been hired to perform preliminary engineering design for the company’s new 40-acre pilot algae farm in Central Oahu, Hawaii.
- NASA Takes to the Air With New ‘Earth Venture’ Research Projects: Water vapor in the stratosphere has a large impact on Earth’s climate, the ozone layer and how much solar energy Earth retains. Investigators will launch four airborne campaigns from bases in California, Guam, Hawaii and Australia.
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