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A Brief History Of: Cloning

Nature may have forgotten about the extinct woolly mammoth, but science has been buzzing about it lately, ever since researchers announced that they had...

Cloning


On Nov. 19, scientists from Penn State University announced that they had succeeded in piecing together the majority of the woolly mammoth's genome, bringing...

Can Older Cells Solve Cloning's Problems?

If there is one thing that people on both sides of the cloning debate agree upon, it's that cloning is an incredibly inefficient process. When it comes to...

Viewpoint: Cloning Research in Critical Condition

First it was the charge that women in Woo Suk Hwang’s lab had donated their eggs for research, a clear violation of ethical standards. Then came his admission...

The Perils of Cloning

It was 10 years ago this week, on a warm July night, that a newborn lamb with an unique pedigree took her first breath in a small shed tucked in the Scottish...

A Cloning Cover-up

For Dr. Hwang Woo Suk, South Korea's pioneering stem-cell researcher, success comes from a willingness to work harder than anyone else. But his researchers may...

Cloning Doctor Finally Answers Critics

After sequestering himself in a hospital psychiatric ward earlier this week, embattled South Korean cloning pioneer Woo Suk Hwang finally held a press conference...

Inside the Korean Cloning Lab

An exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the laboratory that leads the world in the creation of human embryonic stem cells

Cloning Gets Closer

Back when it was no more than a cheesy science-fiction plot device, human cloning seemed like something that would eventually be revealed to a horrified world...

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