HPR Produced Talk Shows

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NIAID / Flickr

Today on Bytemarks Café, Burt and Ryan find out about some important work being done on finding a cost effective vaccine for the Ebola virus.

They'll find out about a unique partnership between the University of Hawaiʻi's John A. Burns School of Medicine and local company Hawaiʻi Biotech seeks to develop a robust, scalable solution. 6:30 PM on HPR-1.

Syracuse University Lava Project

Kauai Pesticide Report; Dangers of Downsizing Marine Preserves; Art and Science of Creating Lava

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Food Waste at the City Level; Primary Challenge for Gabbard; Meals on Wheels; Gilbert and Sullivan Christmas

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Wikimedia Commons

Hawaii has a lot to learn from the recent hurricane disasters in place like Puerto Rico, Florida, and more. What is it like to go to the front lines and provide medical aid and emergency relief? Next time on The Body Show, a talk with a local emergency room doctor about his recent trip to the "hot zone."

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Trump Recognizes Jerusalem as New Capital of Israel; Tax Plan Raises Concerns Among Grad Students; Suicide PreventionFederal Grant for Small Business

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Pearl Harbor Memories; Waikiki Erosion; Wartime Hawaii in Fiction; Farm Equipment Theft

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Wikimedia Commons

  Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ll learn about an educational organization called Project Lead the Way. We’ll find out how their instructional design centers and real-world project focus helps students succeed in college, career and beyond.

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After Action Review of 2017 Point in Time Count; USS Bowfin; Citizen Engagement in 2017

Eielson Air Force Base

Medical Marijuana and Gun Rights

Facebook - Shane Dorian

Sexual Assault in Congress; Managing Pacific Fisheries; Early Learning Shortage; Surfing Legend Shane Dorian

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WolfBlur / Pixabay

Back pain is quite common in adults, but how often does this happen in kids? Can things like scoliosis be treated if identified early enough? Can an app actually help for diagnosing your children? Next time on The Body Show, a talk with an expert about the best way to handle back pain for our youth.

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Voter Turnout in Hawaii; Nuclear North Korea, HSTA Responds to Union Critique

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Mental Health Across Society

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Nalukai Academy / nalukai.org

  Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ll learn about a student program on the Big Island called Nalukai Academy. We’ll talk to the organizers about how they enable students with the tools and skills to become entrepreneurial problem solvers and digital storytellers.

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Republican Tax Plan Advances; Johnson Amendment Repeal; Prosecuting Agricultural Theft on Hawaii Island; Habitat Zone for False Killer Whales

Lee Cataluna

Power Dynamics of Sexual Harassment; Kona Coast Coffee Theft; Habilitat Drug Rehab Program; Extraordinary Stories from an Ordinary 'Ohana

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Agriculture theft has been a problem on Hawaii Island for decades.  From a South Kona farmer whose coffee beans have repeatedly been stolen off her trees to the recently created position of County Agriculture Crimes Investigator, this series explores the people impacted by agriculture theft across Hawaii Island. 

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Big Island Coffee Bean Theft; Increase in Waikiki Violence; Public Sector UnionsMy Mother Said, Watch Out for Those French Girls

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Free-Photos / Pixabay

How can clinical trials and research projects help to improve healthcare now and into the future? Are there unique aspects of our population that make it advantageous to be from the islands? Today on The Body Show, Dr. Kathy Kozak talks with experts about how to make sure our ethnicity is represented in research now and far into the future.

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Black Friday Retail; Hearing Loss in Veterans; Benefits of a Gap Year; Marine Corps Holiday Concert

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rjmcsorely / Pixabay

  Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ll talk to a couple winners of the Purple Maiʻa Purple Prize which integrates the concept of the Hackathon with Mālama ʻĀina. We’ll find out from the winning teams in the startup category how they’ve leveraged technology as diverse as machine learning and audio podcasting to reconnect with the land.

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Net Neutrality Rules; Declining News Coverage; Probiotics for Plants; Hawaii’s Gig Economy

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DEA Authority to Restrict Opioids; Fake Service Animals; Priced Out of Oahu; Remembering Queen Liliuokalani

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Gratisography / Pexels

Do you know how important the right speech and hearing can be to those who either have lost their ability or haven't yet developed it? Today on The Body Show, a talk with a speech and language pathologist to learn what's the best way to speak and hear even more.

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Consequences of Protesting; Wheelchair Access to Beaches; Complete Streets in Honolulu; Fa'alavelave: The Interruption

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Saving the Vaquita Porpoise; Navy Plans Increased Training in Hawaii; Ukulele Music Therapy

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Health Science of Vaping; Hawaii Island Bus System; New Data on Coral Bleaching

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Tax Reform Poses Challenge to Universities; Immigrant Labor in Longline Fishing; New School for Kapolei

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Wikimedia Commons

  Today on Bytemarks Café, we’ll hear how computer science and computational thinking are making their way into K through 12 curriculum. We’ll talk to code.org and their partners Women in Technology to find out how coding skills prepare our students for the 21st century workforce.

U.S. Pacific Air Forces

State Pensions on Path to Solvency; Challenges to COFA Immigrants; Making Drinking Water Out of Thin Air

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