Kona Science Cafe

Friðrik Lárusson will discuss his experience creating SoundLines, which combines automated methods and the work of highly skilled medical scribes to ease the documentation burden and allows physicians to see more patients and provide better care.  

Kona Science Cafe2020-11-14T21:32:58-10:00

Kona Science Cafe

The ‘Ike Wai project is a multi-disciplinary research project within the University of Hawaii system to study fresh-water flows in the Hawaiian Islands.

Kona Science Cafe2020-11-14T21:24:53-10:00

Reading the stories preserved in the shells of modern and fossil bivalves

Recent advances in the field of sclerochronology have provided fascinating insights into questions of longevity. Modern bivalves are some of the longest-lived organisms on the planet, with several species reaching lifespans in excess of 100 years, and one, Arctica islandica, over 500 years.

Reading the stories preserved in the shells of modern and fossil bivalves2019-11-25T10:46:27-10:00
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