Crow Attacks Have Gotten So Bad That a Scientist Built a Tool to Map the Carnage
“Two crows swooped down and started scratching my head.”
The Next Computing Frontier: Geography
Computer scientist Shashi Shekhar offers a manifesto for a new research field.
200 Years Later, Archaeologists Are Rewriting the Battle of Waterloo
Archaeologists from the UK and Belgium are using electromagnetic induction sensors, magnetometers, and GIS to analyze the battle’s very first killing grounds.
Why Are Paper Maps Still A Thing?
They're more than just a backup for when your smartphone dies.