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The Clone Named Dollyby Nicholas WadeThe New York TimesOctober 14th, 2013This week’s Retro Report video tells the story of Dolly the sheep. The Scottish scientists who created her recall the painstaking process of trying to get the experiment to work.
Back from the Deadby Jason MarkEarth Island Journal, Autumn 2013The debate about de-extinction centers on a classic dilemma. Just because we can do something, does that mean we should?
Center for Genetics and Society - Marcy Darnovsky on Initiative Radio with Angela McKenzie[With CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Angela McKenzieInitiative RadioJune 30th, 2013Marcy Darnovsky talks about the work to encourage responsible uses and effective governance of the new human genetic and reproductive technologies.
Time for the US to Ban Human Reproductive Cloningby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJune 12th, 2013A major fertility clinic reacted to the recent research cloning paper by speculating that human reproductive cloning may be on the way — demonstrating the need for the United States to join the dozens of countries that already prohibit it.
De-extinction: A Lifeline or Pandora's Box?by Jamie Rappaport ClarkHuffington PostJune 6th, 2013As a biologist and a mother, I would much rather leave my son a healthy planet with an abundance of wildlife for him to enjoy and cherish than a couple of sad woolly mammoths on display.
De-Extinction Debate: Should Extinct Species Be Revived?by Liza GrossKQEDJune 5th, 2013As conservation scientists struggle to stem the catastrophic loss of biodiversity, some synthetic biologists want to resurrect extinct species with back-breeding, cloning and genetic engineering.
Should We Bring Back the Passenger Pigeon and the Woolly Mammoth?by Elizabeth WeiseUSA TodayJune 2nd, 2013Ethicists, scientists, lawyers and biologists gathered at Stanford University to discuss "de-extinction."
Cloning for Stem Cells: Controversy, Againby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMay 30th, 2013Errors have been found and acknowledged in the recent paper on the creation of stem cells through cloning – a reminder that questions about the utility and risks of research cloning go deeper than “careless” duplication of images.
Panel on the Ethics of New Stem Cell Cloning Method [VIDEO][With CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]China Central TelevisionMay 23rd, 2013Anchor Anand Naidoo joins Marcy Darnovsky of the Center for Genetics and Society and Jeffrey Karp from the Harvard Stem Cell Institute to talk about the controversy surrounding a recent study involving cloning techniques to produce human stem cells.
Stem-Cell Cloner Acknowledges Errors in Groundbreaking Paperby David Cyranoski & Erika Check HaydenNatureMay 23rd, 2013A blockbuster paper that reported the creation of human stem-cell lines through cloning has come under fire.
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