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Welcome to the Pacific Biosciences Research Center

  • Limahuli ahupua‘a on the island of Kaua‘i.The Pacific Biosciences Research Center is a center of excellence in interdisciplinary biological sciences, with its research, training, and outreach activities focused on the unique opportunities found in Hawaiʻi and throughout the Pacific Islands.  PBRC has received national and international recognition as a leader in integrated mountain-to-sea science, and uses as its guiding principle the concept of the Hawaiian ahupuaʻa, a self-sustaining unit highlighting the interrelationship between land and sea, and a communal responsibility for the land.  PBRC follows the ethic of sustainability with respect for the culture, values, and limited natural resources of Hawaiʻi.

Featured News From PBRC

  • Prestigious scholarship supports research on microplastics, reef health

    Prestigious scholarship supports research on microplastics, reef health

    In support of her dissertation research on the effects of microplastics on coral reef health and resilience, Keiko Wilkins, a doctoral student in the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Marine Biology Graduate Program, has been awarded a prestigious and highly competitive NOAA Nancy Foster Scholarship. Read More
  • Leaving a lasting ocean legacy

    Leaving a lasting ocean legacy

    Island communities have developed some of the most effective practices to support the sustainable use of coastal and ocean resources, we just need to take heed. In a vast ocean area with around 30,000 known islands, traditional navigators of the Pacific have been known to Read More
  • Empty oceans

    Empty oceans

    Fish stocks and seas face multiple threats, but marine scientists are working to find solutions to restore our vast blue ecosystem. The ocean is a significant source of livelihood, food and medicine for billions of people around the world — oceans are the real lungs of Read More
  • Protecting the Waters of the Pacific Monument (Community Matters)

    Indigenous leaders from the Pacific Remote Islands Coalition are writing to President Joe Biden asking him to expand protection of the waters around the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument, specifically around Palmyra and Howland and Baker islands. The coalition is made up of cultural Read More
  • Lunar cycle triggers Hawaiian box jellyfish to spawn on Oʻahu shores

    Lunar cycle triggers Hawaiian box jellyfish to spawn on Oʻahu shores

    A key number of hours of darkness during the lunar cycle triggers mature Hawaiian box jellyfish (Alatina alata) to swim to leeward shores on Oʻahu to spawn. That’s according to a published study comprising more than a decade of work by a cross-disciplinary team of Read More
  • Seafloor animal cued to settle, transformed by a bacterial compound

    Seafloor animal cued to settle, transformed by a bacterial compound

    Most bottom-dwelling marine invertebrate animals, such as sponges, corals, worms and oysters, produce tiny larvae that swim in the ocean prior to attaching to the seafloor and transforming into juveniles. A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and Read More
  • Mystery of seafloor metamorphosis unlocked

    Mystery of seafloor metamorphosis unlocked

    Most bottom-dwelling marine invertebrate animals, such as sponges, corals, worms and oysters, produce tiny larvae that swim in the ocean prior to attaching to the seafloor and transforming into juveniles. A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and led by Read More
  • 6 UH faculty recognized among top scientists in ecology, evolution

    6 UH faculty recognized among top scientists in ecology, evolution

    Six faculty members at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa have been listed among the top 1,000 scientists in the disciplines of ecology and evolution as evaluated by Research.com. School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology’s (SOEST) Hawaiʻi Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) Researcher Read More
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