In 1968, Theodore Wertime (diplomat, ancient metallurgy expert - and possible CIA agent) led an expedition to Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey to study ancient pyrotechnological sites. The expedition was funded by National Geographic and the Smithsonian. Show More Summary
National Geographic uses a virtual Tyrannosaur to teach kids about dinosaurs—and succeeds where other chatbots fail. As some have declared chatbots to be the "next webpage," brands have scrambled to develop their own talkative bots, letting you do everything from order a pizza to rewrite your resume. Show More Summary
We are starting something new here, a Featured Photographer video series where we talk with famous photographers. Our first installment is a piece by travel photographer Asher Svidensky, who has been published by National Geographic, BBC, Oxford and several others. Asher travels the world looking for stories. According to Asher, the only way to really get [...]Show More Summary
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A film worth viewing for all AT Hikers. National Geographic have really captured the essences of the AT from many aspects -- Go and check it out!...
When a 24-foot whale carcass washed up on the beach of a remote Alaskan island in 2014, a researcher was pretty sure it was a dark version of a Baird's beaked whale, National Geographic reports. But per a new study published in Marine Mammal Science, it was an entirely new...
National Geographic Channel has ordered a second season of Breakthrough, executive produced by Imagine Entertainment and Asylum Entertainment, for premiere in spring 2017. The anthology series focuses on the world's leading scientists...Show More Summary
Swee Ong is a Singaporean travel photographer who has had his work published in National Geographic. As a self-funded photographer, Ong backpacks around the world, documenting his travels via photography. His trips can last anywhereShow More Summary
National Geographic Channel's record-breaking miniseries "The Story of God with Morgan Freeman" has been picked up for a second season, according to reports.
Mr. Ward, a versatile Washington photographer, became a regular contributor to National Geographic magazine.
Fred Ward, who died July 19, 2016, was a D.C.-based photographer who contributed to Time, Newsweek, Life and National Geographic.
Weather the Storm Photograph by RJ Hooper, National Geographic Your Shot Waiting for a storm to pass in Utah’s Zion National Park paid off for Your Shot member RJ Hooper, who submitted this image of a rainbow stretched across a golden, post-tempest sky. “A brutal autumn thunderstorm rocked the higher elevations of Zion,” he says. […]
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Leading Off: ? Demographics: You're probably aware that urban areas (big cities and inner-ring suburbs) are the main geographic source of strength for the Democrats today. A new article from Pew Research demonstrates how lopsided that's gotten. Show More Summary
In the beginning, there was season one. And season one was with form and without void; and Morgan Freeman starred in it and was also an executive producer. And the ratings were better than expected, making it National Geographic Channel's most-watched series over its six-episode season. And so Nat Geo ... More »
National Geographic Channel has ordered a second season of Emmy-nominated series The Story of God with Morgan Freeman. The new season will explore topics including "Is There a Chosen One?" "Proof of God" and "Heaven and Hell." Freeman...Show More Summary
Traci Watson from National Geographic reports on a study of behavior in whales looking specifically at how members of social groups react to the death of an individual in their group: “Whales Mourn Their Dead, Just Like Us”. In one case, short-finned pilot whales in the North Atlantic Ocean made a protective circle around an adult and dead calf. Show More Summary
In the spirit of the upcoming Presidential election, National Geographic has created a short video primer that explains why Republicans are represented by elephants and Democrats by donkeys. The Republican elephant was popularized in...Show More Summary
A new scripted drama series will go inside the world of the militant group ISIS, tracking the experiences of four British citizens who leave their lives behind to join the group in Syria. National Geographic Channel and Britain’s Channel 4...
Channel 4 and National Geographic Channel are partnering on a four-part drama from writer/director Peter Kosminsky (Wolf Hall) chronicling the fact-inspired fictional story of four British men and women who join ISIS in Raqqah, Syria. Show More Summary