Science in Action this Week: March 3, 2011

Oakmapper

A mobile app, designed by researchers at UC Berkeley, is helping citizens track Sudden Oak Death.

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  • Jeffromm

    How can the app be obtained?

  • http://profiles.google.com/shufeilei Shufei Lei

    You can obtain this mobile application at the App store using your iPhone. Search for Oakmapper in the App store and it will be found. If you need more information, please visit http://www.oakmapper.org/mobile.

  • Tavares, Nancy

    SCIENCE NEEDS TO PLAY A LARGER ROLE IN POLITICS….I UNDERSTAND WHY A SCIENTIST CHOOSES TO FOCUS ON SCIENCE AND NOT POLITICS BUT I ALSO FEEL THAT SCIENTISTS NEED TO STEP UP TO THE PLATE HERE AND  BECOME ORGANIZED AND MORE VOCAL.  THIS IS A VOICE THAT NEEDS TO BE HEARD LOUD AND CLEAR AND NOW!!!  ALL THE RESEARCH THAT IS DONE WILL MEAN NOTHING IF WE DON'T HAVE  POWERFUL VOICES IN WASHINGTON TO PUSH FOR LEGISLATION THAT PROTECTS SCIENTIFIC CONCERNS. 
    HOW ABOUT IT???
    PERSONALLY I AM BUSIER THAN ANYONE I KNOW BUT I WOULD FIND THE TIME TO VOLUNTEER FOR THIS CAUSE.

  • http://www.myspace.com/571593123 twistedangel

    You can surely expect another thousand of very useful applications in Apple iPhone 7, all developers are working really hard to make more useful applications which will make your iphone better than other similar brands for more information please visit
     http://www.itechwhiz.com/2011/

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