Today is National Geographic Day.
It’s a day when the National Geographic Society celebrates the contributions that our nation makes to the world and the planet, and the importance of all people to one another.
It also is the time when we celebrate our achievements in our scientific research and exploration.
It was also National Geographic’s birthday, which is celebrated in April every year.
But today is a special day because the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) released its annual National Geographic National Science Achievement Index.
The index measures how well people are doing on scientific and technological achievement across the nation.
The NGA’s survey of the best scientists, engineers, and students at the top U.S. colleges and universities found that the top five universities were all in the top 10 percent in terms of overall science achievement.
So, for the first time, National Geographic is celebrating science and technology achievement in the United States.
National Geographic also published a list of the top 100 U.K. science and engineering students.
I thought this was pretty cool.
The National Geographic team also created a quiz to help people identify the best and brightest science and tech students in the U..
S., with a focus on women.
We’re going to make a quiz based on the quiz above to help students identify the top 15 most-skilled science and math students in America.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: In this ranking, National Geographics takes into account the following factors: The number of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students in each state and region.