Episode 517: Gubernatorial Candidate Colleen Hanabusa – July 25, 2018

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Colleen Hanabusa, David Nickles, Ryan Ozawa

First, we hear from David Nickles, IT Coordinator at the Waikiki Aquarium about their new digital AR aquarium display. Then we have a special guest joining us. Gubernatorial candidate Colleen Hanabusa is in the studio to talk about science, tech and the innovation economy.

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Episode 516: ‘Aina Pono-Farm to School – July 18, 2018

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Andrea Moore, Emma Anders, Lt. Gov Doug Chin, Alyssa Yamada-Barretto, Zubin Menon, Ryan Ozawa

First, we hear from Zubin Menon with IBM, about the IBM Cloud, sponsors of the next Wetware Wednesday. Then Emma Anders from the Hawaii Conservation Alliance joins us to tell us about the upcoming Hawaii Conservation Conference. Then we find out about ʻĀina Pono the Farm to School program with Lt. Governor Doug Chin, Mililani High School Vice Principal Andrea Moore, and Alyssa Yamada-Barretto, president of the Associated Students of Mililani High School.

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Episode 515: Car Sharing HUI, @BlueStartups Demo Day, IEEE EMB Conference – July 11, 2018

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Aaron Ohta, Maya Rogers, Mark Fukunaga, Ryan Ozawa

We’ve got a full schedule today. First, we hear from Mark Fukunaga about Servco’s new car sharing app HUI. Then Maya Rogers joins us to let us know about Blue Startups Cohort 10 Demo Day happening on July 20th. Then, we learn about the state of the art in biomed engineering from the Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society annual conference happening here next week. Organizers Dr. Aaron Ohta and Dr. Jim Weiland are here to fill us in.

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Episode 514: Brain Hackathon & NOAA Digital Tools – July 4, 2018

Photo (l:r) Burt Lum, Paulo Maurin, Ross Winans, Jonas Vibell, Ryan Ozawa

First, we hear about the Brain Computer Interface Hackathon happening at UH on July 15-16. Jonas Vibell is here on this national holiday to tell us all about it. Then, we learn about some new digital tools making it easier for researchers and students to study corals and the coastline. Paulo Maurin and Ross Winans from NOAA’s Office for Coastal Management join us after the break.

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