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Cassini spots "giant hurricane" on Saturn
04/28/2017 7:55 PM
NASA's Cassini spacecraft snapped a view of what scientists called a swirling "giant hurricane" in Saturn's atmosphere
Crash test dummies getting heavier to keep up with American waistline
04/28/2017 6:52 AM
The crash test dummy was designed nearly 50 years ago, when the average American man stood 5 feet 9 inches and weighed 170 pounds. But as Americans have expanded, crash test dummies will, too, to ensure that cars are safe for the modern age. Kris Van Cleave has more.
What does it take to put on a drone light show?
04/28/2017 12:20 AM
Meticulous planning and Intel technology goes into the nighttime displays
Why humans and elephants take same time to poop
04/27/2017 10:07 PM
Researchers learned quite a bit from investigating the defecation habits of 34 different mammals
Ancient sea monster had 50 legs and giant claws
04/27/2017 9:35 PM
Researchers discovered a 508-million-year-old creature with some very unusual features
Artificial wombs could increase premature babies' chances of survival
04/27/2017 5:47 AM
Researchers at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia have developed artificial wombs that could eventually increase premature babies' chances of survival. Dr. Arthur Caplan from NYU School of Medicine joins CBSN to explain how this technology could combat serious the effects that can result from preterm birth.
Why billionaire Chris Sacca is "retiring" at age 42
04/27/2017 1:56 AM
Noted technology investor is quitting the venture capital business and leaving TV show "Shark Tank"
Uber wants to "fast forward" to flying cars
04/27/2017 12:43 AM
Reeling in scandals and facing a lawsuit from Google, Uber puts a focus on futuristic flying cars
Artificial womb for baby lamb raises hope for preemies
04/26/2017 5:22 PM
Over four weeks, scientists saw a lamb fetus "open its eyes, grow wool, breathe, swim"
Controversy sheds light on how companies use your emails
04/26/2017 2:39 AM
Companies are collecting and analyzing information culled from the emails you send and receive
Culinary world gets creative to cut food waste
04/25/2017 2:49 AM
A new movement is underway to repurpose leftover ingredients and keep food out of landfills
Creative efforts keep leftover food out of landfills
04/25/2017 1:58 AM
Chefs and food companies are coming up with creative ways to reduce food waste, and their methods are paying off for diners and the environment. Hena Daniels reports.
Aurora watchers spot something new in the night sky
04/25/2017 1:05 AM
Social media posters surprised scientists when they identified a new aurora phenomenon: a bright purple streak they called "Steve"
Post-march, science advocates prep for marathon
04/24/2017 11:54 PM
How to turn the energy in the streets into sustained science advocacy? March for Science organizers have a plan
We may be underestimating whale-boat collisions
04/24/2017 11:14 PM
Scientists found a surprising number of whales that come to feed in New England had injuries or scars consistent with boat strikes





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