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Can Pervasive Computing help Citizen Science?

According to Cambridge Dictionary, pervasive means “present or noticeable in every part of a thing or place”. In Pervasive Computing, everyday objects are combined with sensors and microprocessors to enable them exchange information. The goal of pervasive computing is the creation of an environment where devices are always connected and available to the user. Pervasive … Continue reading

‘IF WE DON’T KNOW OUR LAND, WE’LL FREEZE!’

“Wow! There is nothing–just white!”  I exclaim whilst staring at the vast Russian tundra from the little window of the tiny local plane, which was going to take us from Naryan-Mar, the capital of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug to Indiga, in the heart of northwestern Russia.   Unimpressed, Tom looks at me and says: “You are talking … Continue reading

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