Weekly Round-up: Thanks for a great NACA Convention!

It has been wonderful seeing all of our NACA friends this week! If you’re at the convention here in Boston and haven’t had a chance to stop by and see us at booth D1217, we’ll be there this afternoon!


On March 9th at 9:00PM ET, Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey hosted by Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, will premiere on all 90 National Geographic Channels as well as 120 Fox-branded channels in over 180 countries —  making this the largest global launch ever for a TV series. Check out the official trailer here!


Speaking of Nat Geo, over at National Geographic.com this week David Quammen writes a piece exploring the critical role horses have played throughout human history.


In celebration of Black History Month, Dr. Ainissa Ramirez introduces us to some notable men and women of African descent who made great achievements in science, technology and engineering.


Fifty years ago this week, the House of Representatives passed the Civil Rights Act. At CNN.com Stephanie Coontz reflects on the progress that has been made and the many problems which still persist.


Why does Superman have a headache? Check out the latest from The Adventures of Emery Jones Boy Science Wonder to find out.


Be sure to check back on Friday for our weekly video!