Need an iPhone Microscope? UC Berkeley Researchers say you do

Our Social Greg at Maker Faire 2012, interviews Clay Reber with a research group from UC Berkeley who has created an application turning your iPhone into a microscope called CellScope. It is fascinating to see the iPhone turn into a applications engine. Applications of CellScope can be mobile disease diagnosis, water analysis, and field research. Hear Clay's take on how their device can change the world.

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