Playful seals and voracious vultures feature in the best animal photographs of 2016.
Maryn McKenna on public health and infectious disease
Electoral maps have been around since the 1800s. Maybe it’s time to try something new.
Exploration With a Purpose
Ed Yong on the wonders of biology
A charter in Bermuda had the night of their lives.
The roiling stars of Eta Carinae could explode any day, so it’s probably worth staring at them while they still exist.
Nadia Drake on space and cosmic questions
Meet the canines that are training to help take down criminals in Africa.
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Join three National Geographic photographers and filmmakers at Victoria Theatre in 2016.
Information on Hours and Admission of the National Geographic Museum and _Live!_ programming.
The FotoDC FotoWeekCentral exhibitions feature high-caliber photography with an emphasis on contemporary themes. Exhibitions with social and political significance were curated to expose visitors to a variety of work, ranging from documentary to fine art and beyond.
Explore our new home in Canberra at Llewellyn Hall with Buzz Aldrin and leading authorities from global space agencies.
Find out about inspiring and educational National Geographic Live Student Matinees across North America.
Join us as Kenny Broad (2011 National Geographic Explorer of the Year) shares his adventures as an accomplished cave diver and leading scientist.
Follow *Mireya Mayor's* journey from Little Havana to a career as a primatologist and Emmy Award-nominated correspondent for the National Geographic Channel and get a behind-the-scenes look at the hardships and danger of life in the field, along with the moments of discovery that make it all worthwhile.
Ticket ordering and other information for people attending our _NG Live!_ events in Seattle.
Spend an evening with Lee Berger as he recounts the trailblazing expedition that resulted in his headline-making discovery of Homo naledi, a previously unknown hominin species.
Follow award-winning photojournalist Ami Vitale's journey from conflict coverage to wildlife stories.