Spotlight on Cloning

in the news these days.

April 25, 2005

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Cloning is everywhere in the news these days. You can clone your cat or your cow, and the Roslin Institute has been granted a license to clone human embryos for research purposes.

For a look at what to expect next on the cloning front, read on. First, we offer a guide through the mysterious black box of somatic cell nuclear transfer. Then lan Wilmut, the research granted the license mentioned above, gives an impassioned plea for allowing the cloning of human embryos.

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