Bill Nye "The Science Guy" taught kids on his popular TV show in the '90s. Now he's hoping to reach a bigger crowd. Nye joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about his new book, "Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation."
Take a rare look at future technology for U.S. troops. The military's DARPA lab creates stunning inventions, and they could help service members stay one step ahead when answering the call of duty. Chip Reid reports on the new "AirLegs" technology you'll see only on "CBS This Morning."
Arati Prabhakar, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, shares why she thinks innovations in repairing brain damage or creating prosthetics can pose important challenges for society.
Arati Prabhakar, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, discusses various projects that DARPA has played a key role in -- from everyday technologies like the Internet and Siri to military aircrafts.
DARPA is sometimes known as the Pentagon's own team of mad scientists, and CBS News has been given a rare peek at what they're cooking up
Companies are popping up to help you find that special someone by seeing if your DNAs are compatible
NASA's Orion spacecraft was designed to eventually carry astronauts into deep space. After years of development, it will soon be rolled out to a launch pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station ahead of its first unmanned test flight, scheduled for early December. CBS Space Contributor Bill Harwood joins CBSN with more.
A team in Toronto has developed a method for making functional human skin on demand
The European Space Agency wants to build a 3D-printed moon base. Neil Degrasse Tyson joins CBSN with more on how realistic a goal this is.
A meteor flew across the Texas sky Saturday night, alarming witnesses and sparking questions about what had been seen. An officer from the Hewitt Police Department captured the event on a dashboard camera.
Dead zones in the Gulf of Mexico, Chesapeake Bay and other bodies of water, caused by fertilizer runoff, could get worse due to climate change
This is the first time scientists can study an intact, preserved brain in a large extinct mammal buried in the permafrost
Don't toss your old smartphone in the junk drawer just yet, use it to create a DIY smart home
A California-based startup and USGS are developing a new, cloud-based earthquake detection system
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson doesn't think we'll be traveling via wormhole anytime soon but offered his take on how well the film stuck to the books
The unusually bright fireball was accompanied by a large boom Saturday night near San Antonio
Facebook now lets users "mute" their friends without unfriending them. CNET editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBSN" to discuss the new features.
President asks FCC to ban system which allows Internet providers to charge tech companies to send content to consumers more quickly
Tagging the birds with tiny bracelets has allowed scientists to uncover how long they live and where they travel
The movie is being called one of the most realistic science fiction films ever, thanks to its visual effects and story line. It came in second at the U.S. box office with $50 million in ticket sales. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium in New York and the TV series "Cosmos" joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about the science behind the blockbuster.