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The Conversation: Monday, March 11th 2019


Women’s History Month, National Guard View; The Interaction Between Cities and Water; Taste for Invasives; Epigenetics Research

Women’s History Month, Military View: Admiral Cari Thomas

Retired U.S. Coast Guard Admiral Cari Thomas was in Honolulu this past week. We talked with her on Friday which marked International Woman’s Day.

Admiral Cari Thomas

Cities and Water Book: Michael Bruno

Bruno outlined that challenge in a book he co-wrote called The Urban Ocean: The Interaction of Cities and Water. But its more than just an engineering challenge.

Michael Bruno

Reality Check: How An Accused Drug Dealer Became Key To The Biggest Corruption Case In 

Nick Grube

Taste for Invasives: HPR Reporter Debrief

Ready, set, aim and EAT! What Hawaii chefs are doing to target invasive species.

Kuuwehi Hiraishi

Epigenetics Research

Mao farms on Oahu’s Leeward side has been hailed as a model for many things and the latest is research tied to turning genes --“on and off,” in hopes of keep the good and staving off the bad as we battle different diseases.

Alika Maunakea

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