At the National Geographic Society, we celebrate exploration every day. And during Explorers Week, we bring together the most interesting scientists and explorers making a difference in the world today.
It’s an exciting opportunity to connect with National Geographic scientists, conservationists, and storytellers. Learn about their latest discoveries and adventures, participate virtually in inspiring presentations, and join the important conversation about ways we can all make a difference in our world.
Explorers Week 2016 has come to a close, but you can still explore the ideas, meet the people, and hear the stories here, with explorer profiles, presentation videos and more. Keep exploring!
Continue your exploration by following us on Facebook and Twitter. #LetsExplore
The Society and Enric Sala are working to find, survey, and protect the last of the pristine seas.
Our scientists and explorers push the boundaries of knowledge.
Dropcams are allowing researchers to gain insight on bioluminescence and climate change.
Drone technology brings engineers and archaeologists together to survey Maya sites.
Get updates about all of the things you can participate in during Explorers Week, and learn more about what’s happening at the National Geographic Society.