Technology :: Science
Scientists from the Smithsonian speculate that settlers in Jamestown, Va., may have resorted to cannibalism to survive a winter without food. Scott Pelley reports
Scientists have taken the idea of a film short down to new levels. Molecular levels.
South Florida is full of insects and species from other countries. CBS News’ Mark Strassmann reports on an invasive snail that eats almost anything in its path, including houses.
American teenagers aren’t doing as poorly on international science tests as adults think. Despite the misconception, people don’t think the subject should get greater emphasis in schools, a survey released Monday found.
A solar-powered plane that has wowed aviation fans in Europe took to the skies Friday over the San Francisco Bay area in a successful test flight.
CBS News contributor Michio Kaku, a physics professor at the City University of New York, talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about a new forecast by Colorado State University that warns this year’s hurricane season could be even worse than 2012.
On one of Virginia’s small barrier islands, a NASA facility that operates in relative obscurity outside scientific circles is preparing to be thrust into the spotlight.
Space fans from Russia scanning NASA images have spotted what may be a Soviet spacecraft that landed on Mars in 1971 and then mysteriously stopped working.
As the weather warms, cicadas move from underground, making a lot of noise. Magalie LaGuerre-Wilkinson reports.
President Barack Obama is proposing dusting off and finally launching an old environmental satellite championed by Al Gore but shelved a dozen years by his 2000 rival George W. Bush.