Every scientist knows it's hard to keep track of data, especially if it's data taken from hard-to-reach wildlife subjects. That's why Senior Sustainability Scientist Heather Bateman and her colleagues in the College of Technology and Innovation created a mobile phone app that allows researchers to enter data at any time at a more accurate and faster level. Bateman studies lizards and came across the app idea when she was finding errors in data collection. The current field methods allowed for more human errors than scientists would like. "We realized this was a problem for us, and probably a problem for anyone who collects data in the field," Bateman says. "Not having a way to track electronically while on site meant we couldn't immediately check for errors or duplications."