First up, we have Ren Neill here to tell us about the recent Climathon and team Get Zero Wasted who won top honors. Then, we are joined by Yvonne Chan and Eric Tong from ʻIolani School to tell us about a data driven citizen science project called ʻĀina Informatics that studies genomics and biodiversity.
First off, I want to let you know this Friday, October 25th, HVCA will have its next Breakfast Panel called Hawaii’s Investments in Venture Capital. The panel consists of fund managers from the HiTIP II Fund, Hawaii Employees Retirement System’s venture capital focused fund, who will discuss what new technologies they are investing in and why.
Finally Steve Petranik from Hawaii Business and Keala Peters from the Chamber of Commerce join us to tell us about several projects to connect education to business including the ClimbHI Bridge. Please email email@example.com for more info.