Ancestral people of Chaco Canyon likely grew their own food

Ancestral people of Chaco Canyon likely grew their own food

Researchers think they have a better understanding for how ancient North Americans thrived for centuries in northwestern New Mexico’s arid desert. A multidisciplina
ANCESTRAL PEOPLE OF CHACO CANYON LIKELY GREW THEIR OWN FOOD
Lovebirds start 2019 with fireworks

Lovebirds start 2019 with fireworks

Jordan and Matthew Tuit will always have fireworks on their wedding anniversary. The pair tied the knot at Adelaide Botanic Garden on Monday afternoon. Mrs Tuit,
LOVEBIRDS START 2019 WITH FIREWORKS
How many taxis can scan a city? Fewer than you’d think

How many taxis can scan a city? Fewer than you’d think

Just 10 taxis equipped with mobile sensors can survey a third of Manhattan’s streets in a day, inexpensively gathering valuable data about factors such as air qualit...
HOW MANY TAXIS CAN SCAN A CITY? FEWER THAN YOU’D THINK
Light rainfall not enough for desperate farmers

Light rainfall not enough for desperate farmers

THE Lampe family scrambled to pack up their campfire dinner on Friday night when a dazzling display of lightning on the horizon seemed certain to douse the flames an
LIGHT RAINFALL NOT ENOUGH FOR DESPERATE FARMERS