This MacArthur Fellow won the Pulitzer Prize along with a team of New York Times journalists for their coverage of the war in Afghanistan in 2009.
Experience the wonder of deep-sea exploration through Ballard and his Institute for Exploration, which uses robotics, mapping, and submersibles to explore the last great frontier.
Barr is the first person to capture and study all 23 species of wild crocodilians. A former science teacher, Barr brings humor and wit to his On-Air reporting.
Paleoanthropologist Lee R. Berger has unearthed what are arguably the most important human ancestral discoveries in the last half century, including the fossils of two new species of human relatives.
Joel Bourne Jr.
Bourne explores the issues that will determine how well we navigate the path forward and manage food & fresh water resources, renewable energy and climate change.
A biologist with a Ph.D. in zoology and extensive training in management and development of protected areas. Boyes leads the National Geographic Okavango Wilderness Project
Serving as chief engineer on the latest Mars rover, Opportunity, Boykins designed the actuators that control all of its moving parts and leading a team of engineers and dreamers at NASA's JPL.
Working in pitch-black, inside a multi-chambered, underwater cave with only a simple rope tethering him to dry land, one mistake can equal death.
Author and Explorer
Dan Buettner traveled the world to unravel the secrets to longevity and wellness. He published his results in Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from People who have Lived the Longest.
What happens when an attorney shifts his focus from international trade and the whaling industry to wildlife trafficking? Things get really interesting.
One of the first female staff photographers at National Geographic, Cobb found that being a woman in what was largely still a man's field had its advantages.
Anthropologist and Author
Davis' work as an anthropologist and botanical explorer has taken him from the forests of the Amazon to the mountains of Tibet.
Dimick has a unique perspective on the balance we must strike in our march forward amidst limited resources and a fragile planet.
One of the most celebrated underwater photographers in history, Doubilet photographs a wide range of subjects, from coral edens to the polar regions.