The largest Earth and space science meeting in the world is heading to New Orleans, Louisiana. Discover the city with us – enjoy world-renowned cuisine, immerse yourself in New Orleans’ unique culture, and explore one of the most vital scientific ecosystems.Read more
What happens when you discover a dinosaur? Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara details his unearthing of Dreadnoughtus—a 77-million-year-old sauropod that was as tall as a two-story house and as heavy as a jumbo jet—and considers how amazingly improbable it is that a tiny mammal living in the cracks of the dinosaur world could evolve into a sentient being capable of understanding these magnificent creatures. Join him in a celebration of the Earth’s geological history and contemplate our place in deep time.
This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the home page.Read more
Abstract for poster presentation at AGU meeting in New Orleans, Dec 2017
Geoscience classrooms have benefitted greatly from the use of interactive, dry-erasable globes to supplement instruction on topics that require three-dimensional visualization, such as seismic wave propagation and the large-scale movements of tectonic plates.Read more
See the new Cretaceous/Jurassic Dual globe introduced with lesson activities at Calgary Convention Center Aug 22-26, 2017.Read more
Coming this September the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. Come check us out in New Orleans December 11 thru December 15, 2017.Read more
Check us out at Moscone in San Fransisco this January 27 thru February 1, 2018.
Find us as booth #6000.Read more
Website and shopping cart are getting a face lift to make it easier to find and sort information. Stay tuned.Read more