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Cloned Human Embryo Study Comes Under Fire
An anonymous commenter has pointed out four different problems in last week's breakthrough paper.
Scientists Create First Cloned Human Embryo
The process that created Dolly the sheep in 1996 has now been proven successful in humans.
With 581 Copies So Far, Reclonable Mouse Will Live Forever
Biologists have developed a new cloning technique that lets them create new clones indefinitely, and keeps the animals' normal lifespans, too.
Aussie Tycoon Wants to Clone Dinosaurs for His Real Life, Resort-Based Jurassic Park
In other billionaire news today, a controversial and ostentatious Australian is supposedly planning a real-life Jurassic Park, complete with cloned...
The World’s First Transgenic, ‘Handmade’ Cloned Sheep is Alive and Well in China
The world’s first transgenic sheep produced via a simplified cloning technique, known as handmade cloning (seriously), is here. Peng Peng,...
Russian and Korean Researchers Will Inject Mammoth DNA Into Elephant Eggs, Resurrecting 10,000-Year-Old Beast
First a plant from the past sprouted new life — now researchers in Russia and South Korea are moving forward...
Scientists to World: We’re Going to Finally Clone that Woolly Mammoth We’ve Been Talking About
It’s long been something of a holy grail for those bent on the idea of recreating species lost to the...
Researchers Turn Cloned Human Embryo into Working Stem Cell Line
But wait, there's a catch
China Makes Clones Of Super-Swine That Survived ’08 Quake
The castrated ‘Strong-Willed Pig’ could not otherwise reproduce
Scientists Who Cloned Dolly the Sheep Plan to Clone Endangered Scottish Wildcats Using Eggs From Spayed Pets
One of the scientists responsible for cloning Dolly the sheep 15 years ago is developing a new cloning technique that...