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Zoo plans to bring rare animals back from the dead by Peter AldhousNew ScientistJune 30th, 2010Researchers describe how they have created induced pluripotent stem cells from the frozen cells of an endangered monkey.
"Splice" is an Infertile Hybridby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJune 8th, 2010The movie Splice is neither deep enough to be interesting nor shocking enough to succeed as horror.
60 Minutes on “Resurrecting the Extinct”by Osagie ObasogieBiopolitical TimesJune 2nd, 201060 Minutes re-aired a story about using cloning techniques to resurrect extinct animals like the mammoth and to save endangered species.
Tragedy on the Pharmby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesMay 24th, 2010Cows genetically modified to produce human follicle stimulating hormone died unexpectedly from vastly enlarged ovaries, unleashing a storm of controversy in New Zealand.
Mutant cows die in GM trialMutant cows die in GM trialby Eloise Gibson New Zealand HeraldMay 1st, 2010Cows which had been genetically modified to produce human follicle stimulating hormone to be used in fertility treatments died due to enlarged ovaries.
Horse cloning sparks debate in America's breeding stablesThe TelegraphApril 8th, 2010Horse lovers are increasingly turning to cloning, but the practice has sparked debate among breeders.
Scientists plan human genes for cows, goatsby Eloise GibsonNew Zealand HeraldFebruary 27th, 2010A proposal to put human genes into goats, sheep and cows will be in the public spotlight in New Zealand next week.
Caveat Emptorby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesFebruary 24th, 2010Allerca Lifestyle Pets, the company that claims to sell hypoallergenic cats, may not be out of business after all, but it may be in trouble.
The "Medical" Justification for Re-creating Neanderthalsby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesFebruary 16th, 2010"Should We Clone Neanderthals?" asks an article in Archaeology magazine.
Hwang Tries for a Comebackby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesFebruary 5th, 2010Hwang Woo-Suk is making active efforts to salvage his reputation, and to reestablish himself as a force in science.
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