For the last 125 years, National Geographic has been on the cutting edge of adventure, science, technology and photography. Discover how today s National Geographic explorers are launching us into the next great age of exploration.
June 14, 2013 On June 13, aquanaut, oceanographer and marine biologist Sylvia Earle received the Hubbard Medal, the National Geographic Society's highest honor, for distinction in exploration, discovery and research. In light of recent public discussions about women in the sciences, National Geographic asked Sylvia to discuss her experiences as a woman in a field previously considered a man's world.
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The origins of the word awesome are explored. It s awesome.