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Abu Dhabi Media Company and National Geographic announced a partnership to publish the first Arabic-language version of National Geographic magazine. The new monthly publication, National Geographic…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ricardo Tavares Dias Apr 7, 2011.


In this new book from National Geographic, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author and historian William Eamon evokes the world of Renaissance medicine to tell the stranger-than-fiction tale of the brilliant…Continue

Started Jul 23, 2010

National Geographic Interactive Edition

A New Way to See the World!  Nat Geo is now available online!Experience the same high quality articles contained in the print edition, but with new capabilities such as built-in search, audio, and…Continue

Started May 13, 2010

Nat Geo Amazing! 10-part Series on National Geographic Channel and Companion Book

NAT GEO AMAZING!  PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS THAT WILL 'WOW' YOU National Geographic Launches AMAZING! Franchise; Includes 10-part Series on National Geographic Channel and Companion BookWASHINGTON…Continue

Started May 10, 2010

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Senior Research Librarian at National Geographic Headquarters since 2005.

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First NG IPad App for Kids--Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever

Posted on January 3, 2011 at 10:12am 0 Comments

"Based on National Geographic's award-winning children's book of the same name, the "Ultimate Dinopedia" is more comprehensive than any other dinosaur app, with vital statistics and pronunciations for more than 700 dinosaurs, plus stunning original artwork and multimedia enhancements. …


New Photography Exhibit, "Beyond the Story: National Geographic Unpublished"

Posted on January 3, 2011 at 10:02am 0 Comments

If you are in the Washington, D.C. metropolitian area, you might consider dropping by the new exhibit that just opened at NGS headquarters, "Beyond the Story: National Geographic Unpublished".




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