Assistant Professor in the Pacific Biosciences Research Center | University of Hawaii, Mānoa
Kiana Frank, Assistant Professor in the Pacific Biosciences Research Center at the University of Hawaii, Mānoa, weaves contemporary Western techniques with traditional Native Hawaiian science to study how microorganisms shape the land for productivity and health. Her work evaluates overall ecosystem health and informs current monitoring, restoration, cultivation, and management practices in Hawaii. She works to inspire the younger Hawaiian generations to cultivate a connection to science through their culture.
Indigenous Forum – Indigenous Science for Healing Land to Sea
April 6th | 4:45 pm to 6:00 pm
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