The amazing abilities of the human brain are endlessly fascinating. How do we think? How do we remember? What happens when a person's brain is injured, and what can be done to help fix it?
This book puts readers right beside the brain researchers and doctors who are constantly seeking answers to these questions.
National Geographic Investigates: Science series introduces young people to the latest techniques of scientific investigation, the most recent discoveries, and how experts interpret their findings to shed new light on our world.
Each book includes a "Meet the Expert" interview with a top scientist in the field and historical timelines. This is science as only National Geographic can present itwith dramatic photography, graphic features, and lively expert narrative.
An exciting interactive title chock-full of stars, planets,
aliens, and everything out of this world brings National Geographic Kids signature content to a sticker and activity book format. For kids who love our universe, this book features the coolest science ...
In 2008, Professor Lee Bergerwith the help of
his curious 9-year-old sondiscovered two remarkably well preserved, two-million-year-old fossils of an adult female and young male, known as Australopithecus sediba ; a previously unknown species of ape-like creatures that may have been ...
The updated companion book to Carl Sagan's Cosmos
, returning to television in March 2014 as an all-new miniseries on the National Geographic Channel and Fox networks, hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson PBS’s 1980 miniseries Cosmos , hosted by ...