Leaving prosthetic legs behind, Chris Koch sets out to travel Europe for six months.
As of press time, Chris Koch, 32 years old and all but three-feet, six-inches tall, is gallivanting somewhere around Europe. He leaves behind nearly everything in Alberta, including his friends, his family, and his prosthetic legs.
- By Dara Defreitas
Why the need for saving water is becoming more important
Drip, drip, drip. One droplet of water after another falls from a leaky tap. No one thinks much of the dripping coming from the kitchen. It's a sound the family has gotten used to. They'll get around to fixing it sometime; it's not hurting anyone. Why bother fixing it now?
- By April Lamb
Upstairs in the library of the Calgary Science School, a group of students huddle around a mat watching intensely as a robot tries to deliver dinner to a waiting kitchen table.
Aside from its computer chip and mechanical parts is something special — it's a robot made of Lego.
- By LAURA LUSHINGTON