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Global Carbon Emissions Rise to 37.1 Gigatons, Here Is What We Can Do

December 20, 2018Global emissions alarms are sounding as we close out 2018. In a new report by the UN Global Carbon Project, worldwide carbon emissions, primarily driven by fossil fuels, will reach an all-time high of 31.7 gigatons in 2018. That isRead more
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Using Resilient Sustainable Engineering to RiSE Above the Challenges of Sea Level Change

September 18, 2018The critical issues of sea level rise and climate change - and the various symptoms of these shifts - are affecting us worldwide and at home in Hawai’i. While a large eco-centric movement has been gaining momentum for some time,Read more
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Education & Imagination | Summer 2018 Interns at Oceanit

August 27, 2018It was Oceanit’s privilege to invite nine interns from across the U.S. to work in Honolulu for the Summer 2018 Internship Program. This summer’s students joined several different Oceanit project teams and worked on a wide range of engineering problemsRead more
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Better Energy Efficiency Could Save the Sector Billions & Reduce Carbon Emissions by 200 Million Metric Tonnes Per Year

April 6, 2018What if the U.S. could reduce its overall carbon emissions by 180-200 million metric tonnes (MMT) per year by cleaning up a single element in how we currently produce fossil fuel-based energy? That reduction would mean an overall Greenhouse Gas (GHG)Read more
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Protecting Your Business from Advanced Ransomware Attacks

July 4, 2017

Cyber security has become a prominent issue in 2017. News stories of Russia’s influence over the last presidential election to the hackings of major corporations, like Yahoo and Twitter, have caused corporations to worry about security and privacy, especially with

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Jan Sullivan’s Promising Vision of the Institute for Astronomy at the University of Hawai’i

June 29, 2017Oceanit's Chief Operating Officer, Jan Sullivan, spoke at the University of Hawai'i, Institute of Astronomy's 50th Anniversary celebration that took place on June 28. She encouraged leadership and persistence in achieving a vision for the future and in pursuing theRead more
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Grafix: When it’s Vandalism, Not Street Art

February 23, 2017

Street art has become increasingly popular within communities in recent years. In just the last decade, names such as Banksy and Shepard Fairey have become world renown in today’s pop culture, giving positive recognition to the term “graffiti” and welcoming

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5 Ways to Protect Coral Reefs

January 9, 2017

In 2017, the movement towards awareness and change have been brought to the forefront. The world is slowing coming to terms with the fact that everything we do on a day-to-day basis can cause catastrophic harm to the environment, extending

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NANITE™—Technology Making Your Commute Home Safer

November 10, 2016After years of wear and tear, potholes in our roads are one of the most noticeable signs of infrastructure damage. Whether they are along the highway or in residential areas, potholes not only damage vehicles, but are expensive to repair.Read more
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Technology Transforming Law Enforcement

October 13, 2016

Law enforcement has undergone a fundamental transformation in just the last 20 years. Today, the prevention, detection, and investigation of crime bears little resemblance to the way it was conducted in the 1970s. Technology has played a large role in

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