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NSF Award Highlights

artist's illustration of the prochloroccocus bacteria in a drop of seawater

What diversity lies in a millimeter of ocean water?

One species' multiple subpopulations are a model for understanding marine phytoplankton ...

Research Areas: Earth & Environment

an interactive map for the hawaii county food self-sufficiency baseline study

Digital portal provides gateway to Hawaiian Island data

Online web mapping services aid scientific discovery ...

Research Areas: Earth & Environment, Biology

fish graze on a coral reef in hawaii

Keeping coral reefs healthy

Grazing species control seaweed and nutrient levels...

Research Areas: Biology

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NSF Local Research Assets

Images from NSF-funded Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers.

Connection One: Communication Circuits & Systems Research Center

Connection One is focused on integrating technologies to enable a small, portable, all-in-one communication device....

Type: Program Centers

Distribution of one group (called UCYN-A) of unicellular nitrogen fixing cyanobacteria. Credit: David M. Karl, C-MORE/University of Hawaii

Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education

Research at C-MORE focuses on the biological and ecological diversity of marine micro-organisms around four themes: microbial communities; the cycling of energy and matter in the ocean; sensing technology; and computer modeling of the future ocean....

Type: Program Centers

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