Expansion of the Universe may be accelerating, but so is our understanding, thanks to R. Brent Tully, ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter’s 2016 Scientist of the Year. Tully is considered a father of modern observational cosmology for 40 years of doing “cosmology up close” at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa’s... Read more
ARCS Scholar Richard Ordonez was among the inaugural group of faculty members and graduate students recently inducted into the University of Hawai‘i chapter of the National Academy of Inventors. The organization honors investigtors who have obtained patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Ordonez received ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter’s... Read more
Preconditioning to increased ocean temperature and acidification might buy corals time in the race to survive climate change, ARCS Scholar Alumna Hollie Putnam reported in the August 2015 Journal of Experimental Biology. The University of Hawai‘i integrative biologist demonstrated that adult... Read more
ARCS Foundation Honolulu Chapter presented 11 scholar awards during its annual awards banquet at the Outrigger Canoe Club in May. Meet the scholars. Recipients included Scholar of the Year Ruthsenne Perron, who is part of a... Read more
Honolulu Chapter President Cheryl Ernst, fourth from left, was among the guests at recent the University of Hawai‘i Foundation Scholarship Celebration bringing donors together with the University of Hawai‘i students who benefit from their gifts.
The theme for the evening was on the sciences,... Read more
Talk about fishy ailments. When he was an ARCS Scholar at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa (in 1997–98), Chris Lowe's studies included how rays avoid sunburn. Now a professor of biological sciences at California State, Long Beach, he... Read more
2002 Honolulu Scholar Kelly Benoit-Bird has been named a PopTech! Fellow and received a MacArthur Foundation "Genius Award" grant for her work to develop and use accoustic equipment to study marine mammals and the open ocean ecosystem. Read more.Read more