Summer at the FBI
Ever since he went to a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) recruitment presentation given by Agent Cal Wong, electrical engineering student Randy Yamada knew he wanted to be at one of the world's best law enforcement agencies.
Students Capture Sunpower
What can engineering do to help protect our natural resources and create a better environment for everyone? Two University of Hawaii students, Davin Sasaki and Kaufana Valitta, accomplished this by helping Hawaii's oldest school use basic engineering technology to create energy from one of the oldest sources, the sun.
What's the Angle? Triangle!
Do you know which shape is the strongest one in the world? The square? The
circle? It's the triangle! The 3-sided triangle is the only shape that
does not bend when it is carrying a heavy weight.
Oahu is the home of what
may be the only taxi in the world to navigate
using the World Wide Web.
Technology implemented by Dr. C. S. Papacostas of the University
of Hawai'i College of Engineering
enables taxi driver John Parker to choose his routes depending on
which streets have the least traffic.