You may have heard of hardware, firmware and software hacks, but the biggest data threat could actually be something else
One Indiana high school has installed special floor tiles that convert kids' footsteps into electricity
Step by step, the youngsters at a Bloomington high school produce kinetic energy by walking on special tiles
The seat you choose could make an important difference in the event of an accident on the tracks
Stories from publishers like the New York Times and National Geographic now appear directly on Facebook's news feed. Nine media companies announced the deal Wednesday, bringing some of their content to the world's largest online social network. Gabriel Sherman, the national affairs editor at New York Magazine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of the deal.
As investigators search for the cause of the Philadelphia Amtrak derailment, many are asking if the crash could have been prevented. The answer is "yes," according to backers of positive train control. David Begnaud reports on the new technology that lets a computer take over the controls of a train if it detects engineer error.
Positive train control cost L.A. area over $200 million, but Metrolink's Jeff Lustgarten says you can't "put a price tag on people's lives?"
It's not just humans suffering from the drought; animals are having a tough time, too
Scientists have designed a soft swimming rover to look for signs of life in the underground ocean on Jupiter's moon Europa
Futurist and "techno optimist" Gray Scott believes AI could help us achieve our dreams
The soprano will not be flying to the space station this fall, she says, citing "personal family reasons"
A doggie assessment can help you determine if your furry friend is a "Maverick," an "Einstein" or a "Stargazer"
"What we know now is the ice shelf is subject to a two-pronged attack from above and below," says the author of a new study
Cellphone "right to know" law will arm consumers with safety information, but it could face legal challenge
Honeybee deaths are on the rise across the country, according to a new survey
Coffee retailer confirms reports of thefts, but says its mobile app remains secure
The physics superstar will share the stage with rockstars at the five-day UK festival
A Central American island called Barro Colorado Island has thousands of birds, insects and amphibians that are studied and preserved, and it's one of the world's most important tropical research facilities. Major Garrett reports on the scientific jewel of the Smithsonian institution.
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Sitting in the middle of one of the modern wonders of the world, Barro Island has attracted scientists from all over since 1923