ISLAND LIFE SHORTS
Device keeps medical info at hand
Having access to medical information during an emergency can be a lifesaver. Obtaining critical information is a challenge EMS professionals face every day. The Lifeguard30 was invented to save lives and time by providing that access to important medical records.
The device clips on a handbag, belt loop or key ring so it can be carried everywhere all the time. It displays medications, allergies, medical conditions, emergency contacts and more and doesn't require electricity, a computer, a phone or the Internet. Call 877-411-5430 or visit www.lifeguard30.com.
BURYING CO2 TOPIC AFTER HAPPY HOUR
How can we manage the planet's emissions of carbon dioxide? Can we disperse it by burying it in the oceans?
At this month's Science Cafe, Chris Measures, a professor of oceanography at the University of Hawai'i, will talk on "Burying the CO2: Hope or Hype."
Science Cafe, a public forum that meets to discuss topics of interest in the science and technology world, is at 7 p.m. tomorrow at P.F. Chang's China Bistro in Honolulu. All are welcome.
Happy hour at 6 p.m., talk begins at 7 p.m. www.hawaii.edu/acadsci/ScienceCafeFuture.html.
— Chris Oliver