FoxP2 takes its name from the creativity gene that has mutated in human beings over the last 50 000 years. It's the gene most singularly responsible for the advancement of mankind. The gene that allows us to innovate. To adapt. To be creative.

Cannes Lion in The Press Category For FoxP2 and NGK

While school is great if you want to know how many equal sides an Isosceles Triangle has, there are some more, practical, on the ground things your kids might need to know. The kind of things only National Geographic Kids Magazine can teach them. Illustrator Patrick Latimer brings this campaign to life in his own unique, charming, irreverent way

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