Cooking rice is not rocket science and requires little effort. But cooking it perfectly requires some basic rules and common sense.
Coronavirus quarantine had many people rethinking the interiors of their homes this spring. DIY projects were tackled, and rooms reorganized.
Visitors to our Islands frequently comment on how fragrant our air smells with the abundance of flowers in bloom.
Several West Hawaii state parks will close early on Saturday, July 4.
Astronomers study stars and planets much younger than the sun to learn about past events that shaped the solar system and Earth. Most of these stars are far enough away to make observations challenging, even with the largest telescopes. But now this is changing.
New research at the University of Hawaii at Manoa revealed unexpectedly high growth rates for deep water photosynthetic corals. The study published in the journal Coral Reefs, led by Samuel Kahng, affiliate graduate faculty in the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST), alters the assumption that deep corals living on the brink of darkness grow extremely slowly.