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Special hardware science event for keiki at eight Big Island libraries

In celebration of the 2014 HSPLS Children’s Summer Reading Program, HouseMart Ace Hardware and HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts will present “Hardware Science,” a free event at eight Big Island public libraries from Tuesday, June 3 through Wednesday, June 18. Children ages 8 and older are invited to explore all things related to science and will […]

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Angry Birds at AstroDay in Hilo Saturday (May 5)

The AstroDay Festival was in full swing Saturday (May 5) at the Prince Kuhio Plaza in Hilo. UH-Hilo featured a real-life Angry Birds slingshot to launch a stuffed bird at a pig (no animals were harmed at the booth).

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Lt. Governor James R. “Duke” Aiona, Jr. today announced $425,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds will go to the Hawai‘i State Science and Engineering Fair (HSSEF) to continue the annual event, expand teacher training programs and provide support for the Neighbor Islands to assist students and teachers to attend the state and international events annually.

Hawaii to get ARRA funds for Science and Engineering Fair

Lt. Governor James R. “Duke” Aiona, Jr. today announced $425,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds will go to the Hawai‘i State Science and Engineering Fair (HSSEF) to continue the annual event, expand teacher training programs and provide support for the Neighbor Islands to assist students and teachers to attend the state and […]

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Two Parker School eighth grade science projects received cash awards at the 53rd Annual Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair (HSSEF) on Oahu.  Blake Aholelei’s project titled, “Does Eye Color Affect Peripheral Vision?” was rewarded with a $50 cash prize from both the Hawaiian Eye Foundation and Society of Fire Protection Engineers, Hawaii Chapter. Grant Nair’s project “Got Water?” received a $150 cash award from the Department of Health Safe Drinking Water Branch, Honolulu and $50 from the Honolulu Board of Water Supply.

Parker School students receive Science and Enginering Fair awards

Two Parker School eighth grade science projects received cash awards at the 53rd Annual Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair (HSSEF) on Oahu. Blake Aholelei’s project titled, “Does Eye Color Affect Peripheral Vision?” was rewarded with a $50 cash prize from both the Hawaiian Eye Foundation and Society of Fire Protection Engineers, Hawaii Chapter. Grant […]

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Come to `Imiloa if you Dare!

Saturday, October 31 from 6 pm to 8 pm for a walk through the exhibit hall in a different light. Experience Brains in Space, Alien Autopsy, the Pit of Science, much more. All Ages welcome. $5 for non-member and $4 for members. Visit www.imiloahawaii.org for more details call (808) 969-9703

`Imiloa Astronomy Center’s Spooky Science Hall Saturday

Come to `Imiloa if you Dare! Saturday, October 31 from 6 pm to 8 pm for a walk through the exhibit hall in a different light. Experience Brains in Space, Alien Autopsy, the Pit of Science, much more. All Ages welcome. $5 for non-member and $4 for members. Visit www.imiloahawaii.org for more details call (808) […]

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AstroTalk: "Beyond the Eyeball: Come See What You Are Missing"

AstroTalk: “Beyond the Eyeball: Come See What You Are Missing”

MEDIA RELEASE Dr Glen Petitpas (Submillimeter Array) will give a public “AstroTalk” on the UH Hilo campus on Friday, May 22. Petitpas’ talk, scheduled for 7:15 pm at the UCB Room 100, is entitled “Beyond the Eyeball: Come See What You Are Missing” Most people who love astronomy, fell in love with the beautiful photographs […]

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