Biology News
Nobel laureate Sydney Brenner, who helped place Singapore on biotech world stage, honoured by Japan - The Straits Times


The Straits Times
He has been associated with the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology - Singapore's first biomedical research institute - since its inception in 1985, and has seen it grow into a world-class institution. In 2000, he joined the second phase of ...

Giant Antarctic sea spiders breathe really strangely - Science News for Students


Science News for Students
Amy Moran is a marine biologist at the University of Hawaii in Manoa. “It's been unclear for a long time how they actually move oxygen through their bodies,” she says. After all, they animals' hearts appeared too feeble to do the necessary blood pumping.

Maui High graduate spends summer turning raw data into cancer research - Maui News


Maui News
Raquinio majors in molecular cell biology and will be a senior at UH-Manoa in the fall. • University of Hawaii Cancer Center photo. Instead of enjoying a lazy, carefree vacation, Maui High graduate Phyllis Raquinio was hard at work this summer ...

Hawaii Biotech, Inc. (HBI)

Hawaii - United States

Hawaii Biotech, Inc. (HBI) is a privately held biotechnology company focused on the research and development of vaccines for established and emerging infectious diseases. The company has developed proprietary expertise in the production of recombinant proteins applicable to the development of safe and effective vaccines. Current vaccine candidates in clinical or pre-clinical development target the West Nile virus, Tick borne flaviviruses, Zika virus, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus, and Chikungunya virus. HBI’s drug development activities are focused on small molecule drugs that block intracellular and extracellural bacterial toxins. Product opportunities include anti-toxin drugs for the lethal factor from B. anthracis and the botulinum toxin from C. botulinum. The company also partners its proprietary saponin adjuvant for vaccine development.

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Introduction to the common inshore species, including those which are aggressive to humans, in Hawaiian waters.

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A non-profit organization supporting cryonicists (members of both Cryonics Institute and Alcor) living in or visiting Hawaii.

Hawaii's Spinner Dolphins
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Provides information on spinner dolphins and includes descriptions and pictures of their natural behaviors in the wild.

Hawaii's Extinct Species
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Lists many of the birds, snails, insects, and plants to have met their demise though human intervention and pervasive alien introductions.

Hawaii Beekeepers' Association
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Working to assist and educate beekeepers, to encourage beekeeping as a hobby and an industry, and to promote natural beekeeping methods.

Hawaii Cat Foundation
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Nonprofit organization using TNR to humanely reduce the feral cat population in Hawaii.

Endangered Species of Hawaii
United States

More than a third of the endangered species on the U.S. endangered species list come from Hawaii.

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