Photographer Paul Nicklen joined journalist Bryan Christy and 2015 Emerging Explorers Ella Al-Shamahi, a paleoanthropologist, and Steve Ramirez, a neuroscientist, to reveal their stories, discoveries, and ongoing pursuits.
Robert Wood, a National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and award-winning engineer, is working on entirely new classes of robots—including a fleet of tiny, robotic bees—that may one day transform space exploration, agriculture, and search-and-rescue operations.
Shivani Bhalla started a nonprofit, Ewaso Lions, to help herders learn to live with lions—giving the big cats their best chance of survival.
If this guy has his way, we'll one day be able to send vegetables via email... or at least the exact recipe for growing them.
Conservation scientist Gregg Treinish treks through Mongolia to collect wolverine poop in order to learn more about the elusive animal.
National Geographic Emerging Explorer Gregg Treinish shares his story of an accidental nighttime rendezvous with an amorous moose.
In a bar near National Geographic headquarters, watch artist Asher Jay sketch neuroscientist Steve Ramirez's research into using lasers to erase or change memories.
These are tomorrow's visionaries who are making discoveries and making a difference.
From invisibility to reading dogs' minds, National Geographic explorers give the inside scoop on what superpowers they wish they had.
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