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Started by Chris Kutler. Last reply by Mike Purvis Nov 3, 2013.
Started by larry Aug 3, 2010.
EPA accepting award nominations - West Hawaii Today
Renewable Hydrogen on the Big Island - Energy Trends Insider
Scientists chart seafloor of one of Earth's largest marine protected areas - UH System Current News
PechaKucha Light Shines Bright at the Honolulu Museum of Art - Huffington Post
Will HECO's Plan For Its Own Solar Plant Help or Hurt Hawaii Consumers? - Honolulu Civil Beat
Does anyone have an opinion on OpenROV? http://openrov.com/ I have a friend with a 3D printer and he's considering trying one out as a project.
Excellent, looking forward to meeting you.
Rod, I'll be there. I live on the East-side (Hilo), so I haven't met as many folks on the West side as I would like to. Looking forward to it.
Thanks, Daniel. I have heard of Nalukai, but have not yet met Don. I'll see if he would like to attend and maybe present at the pau hana soon.
Hey Ron - You may want to mention the new Big Island-based innovation startup accelerator Nalukai during your meetup. One of the founding partners, Don Kosak, is a TechHui member who lives on your side of the island. John and Don have been discussing Nalukai in this blog post.
Next pau hana in West Hawaii is Feb. 25. Two presenters from MIT, here to discuss the research they are doing (some of which is done here).
Next Tech Monday pau hana is Sept. 24, presenter TBD.
On Aug. 27, Greg Barbour, Executive Director of NELHA, gave the Tech Monday in West Hawaii pau hana an update of plans for NELHA's Hawaii Ocean Science & Tech Park. Video is here on YouTube, if you are interested. Thanks to Guy Toyama for the video.
April 23rd topic and speaker have been set. I hope to see you all at 5 p.m. that Monday. Brink a drink and a pupu to share.
Sound within the Silence: Deep Vibrations in Kona
Milton Garces has been listening to the inaudible for 20 years, using infrasound to study volcanoes while at UCSD/Scripps, Univ. of Alaska, and Univ. of Kyoto. He is founding director of the Infrasound Laboratory, University of Hawaii at Manoa, located at NELHA. At this month's presentation he will discuss events and sound sources recorded here in Kona, and what they tell us about the natural and man-made world.
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