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The movie is being called one of the most realistic science fiction films ever, thanks to its visual effects and story line. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium in NY talks about the science behind the blockbuster.
Bill Nye "The Science Guy" taught kids on his popular TV show in the '90s. Now he's hoping to reach a bigger crowd. He talks about his new book, "Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation."
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.
A pristine distant comet created a once-in-8-million-year fireworks show above Mars last month. But no one got to see it live.
Researchers at UC Berkeley are exploring how robots could be used to combat Ebola. For example, a robot could decontaminate a room or help a doctor diagnose the disease remotely. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
It's being called one of the most realistic space films ever. But is the science real? CBS News contributor Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist, says science and sci-fi buffs might just agree on this film.
The European Space Agency is making final preparations to land the first unmanned spacecraft on a comet this week, and scientists are hoping that technology designed a quarter century ago will perform as planned.
How does a typhoon in the Pacific impact the weather of the continental U.S.? CBS News science contributor and City University of New York physics professor Michio Kaku joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the science behind the coming Arctic blast.
Acne leaves about 20 million Americans with lifelong scars, but now a new laser treatment called PicoSure may help. Doctors say the device delivers quick bursts of energy to the skin in an attempt to improve texture and appearance.
About 20 percent of American adults suffer from heartburn, also known as acid reflux. An article from the New York Times offers a simple solution: eat dinner earlier. Cardiologist Dr. Tara Narula discusses complications of acid reflux.