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October 25, 2019

$1M National Science Foundation Grant to Fund UH Computer Cluster

The funds will allow the university to acquire and deploy a new community computer cluster in support of computational and data-intensive research for the 10-campus system.
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April 30, 2019

Maui Court Voids Final EIS Approval for Kahului Sludge Farm

Maui Environmental Court Judge Joseph E. Cardoza today voided the acceptance of the Final EIS for the County's proposed Kahului Sludge Farm project.
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March 14, 2011

UH Alliance pursues Maui High Performance Computing Center contract

The University of Hawaii in conjunction with industry leaders in high technology, are pursuing the Maui High Performance Computing Center Contract, which is expected to begin October 1, 2011.
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August 16, 2010

Master plan update prepared for Maui Research and Technology Park

An environmental impact statement preparation notice has been filed for the Maui Research and Technology Park master plan update.  The idea for the facility was conceived in the 1980s to diversify the economic and employment base on Maui beyond tourism and agriculture. The current park employs about 400 people on 432 acres and is only... Read more »
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July 23, 2010

5th Annual Reggae in the Valley on Maui Saturday, July 24

The 5th Annual Reggae in the Valley takes place this Saturday, July 24, 2010 on the Events Lawn of the Maui Arts and Cultural Center.  Gates open at 4 p.m. and the show starts at 4:30 p.m.  Featured entertainment includes Sly Dog, Rushouze, Dani Girl, Maoli, Natural Vibes, Ten Feet, Kolohe Kai, FIJI, and Mana`o... Read more »
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May 07, 2010

May 7 Taro Plant Sale features rare varieties

The Maui Nui Botanical Gardens will hold a special taro sale today (Friday, May 7, 2010) from noon to 5 p.m. at the gardens on Kanaloa Avenue in Wailuku.  There will be more than 60 varieties from the taro families of:  Mana, Piko, Kai, Lauloa, Manini, ‘ele’ele and ‘ula’ula.  Select rare varieties will be on... Read more »
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April 06, 2010

VIDEO: ‘Awa for the Soul with Kapono’ai Molitau

By Wendy Osher The bitter ‘awa root is often seen in ceremonial protocol throughout the Pacific, but is used in social settings as well.  Cultural practitioner Kapono’ai Molitau, who also sells the product at his Native Intelligence store in old Wailuku Town explains the different levels and protocols associated with the drinking of ‘awa. “The... Read more »
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June 02, 2008

International Festival of Canoes, Part 5 – Hawaiian Art Gallery

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF CANOES, PART 5–HAWAIIAN ART GALLERY The 2008 International Festivals of Canoes in Lahaina (held from May 18-21) featured a special attraction this year: a Maoli Art exhibit featuring native Hawaiian art by Native Hawaiian artists. Promoters Ianuali Kaonohiokalanikoholua and Daniel Anthony share the wisdom of the artists and the inspiration they draw... Read more »
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