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Researchers produce two-father mice babies, and bait the hype trap by Marcy DarnovskyBiopolitical TimesDecember 14th, 2010Scientists fuel sensationalist speculation about reproductive methods for gay families.
UK rejects EC proposal over temporary ban on cloned animalsby Rory HarringtonDairyReporter.comDecember 6th, 2010Any move by the European Commission to introduce a temporary ban on the use of cloned animals for food would not be justified on food safety grounds, the UK Government has said.
Europeans Want Regulation for Biotechby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesNovember 18th, 2010The latest Eurobarometer report on biotechnology shows that Europeans, in general, support medical uses of technology as long as they are carefully regulated.
Clone zone: Bringing extinct animals back from the dead[United Kingdom]by Rebecca MorelleBBC News October 29th, 2010However, the technology is not without its critics.
EU exec proposes ban on animal cloning for food by Charlie DunmoreReuters UKOctober 19th, 2010A European Commission report cited ethical concerns over the industrial production of cloned meat.
DNA Is New Weapon In Fight Against Dogfightingby Amy StandenNPR Morning EditionSeptember 27th, 2010The dog database makes some people very nervous...."We know that if DNA was the be all and end all, all of Secretariats' foals would be champions and win the Triple Crown. And they don't."
You're looking swell, Dolly, but no human copies, please [United Kingdom]by Roger Highfieldwatoday.comAugust 21st, 2010The creator of the world's first cloned sheep says cloning a person would be utterly irresponsible.
Time to Clean Up After Cloning Cattleby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesAugust 17th, 2010The USDA is still committed to promoting livestock cloning, but recent bad publicity makes it clear that the technology remains unpopular, unnecessary, and unethical.
Medicine, not food, may have more to gain from cloning [Quoting CGS's Pete Shanks]by Rick BarrettMilwaukee Journal Sentinel August 14th, 2010The cloning of animals may have come from agriculture, but its real promise may be in the lucrative field of medicine rather than as food.
Cloned beef in food chain spreads alarm in Britainby Raphael G. SatterAssociated PressAugust 4th, 2010News that meat and milk from the offspring of cloned cattle — illegal to sell in without proper authorization — may have made their way into the food chain has set hands wringing in the UK.
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