TravelBest Of National Geographic Traveler presents the New Year's must-see places. From Argentina to Oz, the final lineup reflects what’s authentic, culturally rich, sustainably minded—and, of course,
Science & InnovationNot Exactly Rocket Science Eyes are testaments to evolution’s creativity. They all do the same basic things—detect light, and convert it into electrical signals—but in such a wondrous
TravelIntelligent Travel Steinbeck had Charley. Dorothy had Toto. Heck, even Waldo had Woof for company as he ventured into the Land of Waldos. Real and fictional, canine traveling companions have a long
This season's color palette runs the gamut from pretty pastels to intense primaries with some heavy metals in between. Click through to see the top colors spotted on the runway. This season's color palette
Welcome to the second installation of my three-part series on sleep, in which I ask whether or not the creatures that I write about most often on this blog—plants, microbes, and insects—have sleep or behaviors.
About six months ago, a group of physicists in the U.S. working on the Large Hadron Collider addressed a problem they've been having for a while: Whenever they had meetings, everyone stuck to the prepared
National Geographic Your Shot photographs depict the haunting beauty of noctilucent clouds. New observations reveal their secrets. Electric-blue wisps streaking the sky, noctilucent clouds shine after