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Furry Mathby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesAugust 21st, 2009The South Korean biotechnology company RNL Bio has just made a substantial commitment to commercial dog cloning.
Dog Cloning Center to Open Next Yearby Kim Tong-hyungKorea TimesAugust 13th, 2009A South Korea-based biotech firm plans to open a research center for canine cloning early next year.
Would you like them with a mouse?by Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesAugust 3rd, 2009Japanese scientists report that mice have (almost) been fooled into making mammoth eggs.
Patriotic Puppies -- and a Prize!by Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJune 23rd, 2009Another pet-cloning company emerges, with the same principals and the same gimmicks.
Transgenic Mice: Human, All Too Human?by Marcy DarnovskyBiopolitical TimesJune 3rd, 2009How human must a humanized animal be before we begin to worry? What if our experimental creatures begin to display some degree of human consciousness? And once we're worried, what do we do?
Monkey see, monkey glow[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Tom AbateGlobal PostJune 2nd, 2009Altered primates bring inherited genetic modification closer to humans.
Suze Orman Approves Dog Cloning. Reluctantly.by Osagie ObasogieBiopolitical TimesJune 2nd, 2009Ormanís niche is to use plain-spoken common sense to berate people into saving money, investing conservatively, and living within their means. Which is why she had such a hard time with a call-in viewer who wanted to spend $100,000 on cloning his dog.
Modified Marmoset in the Mediaby Jesse ReynoldsBiopolitical TimesMay 29th, 2009American media coverage of genetically modified primates was remarkably thin, and few articles mentioned social and ethical implications
Glowing Green Monkeys Illustrate Important but Controversial Advanceby Rob SteinWashington PostMay 28th, 2009Scientists have created the first genetically modified monkeys that can pass their new genetic attributes to their offspring
Public interest group urges caution in response to genetically modified primatesCenter for Genetics and Society calls for scientists, policymakers to reject human inheritable genetic modificationMay 27th, 2009The Center for Genetics and Society today said that the creation of a transgenic marmoset underlines the need for scientists and policy makers to reject human inheritable genetic modification.
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