Americans to Ban Cloning
Group of Americans promoting a global, comprehensive ban on human cloning.
Offers to clone humans.
Cloned embryos 'could treat leukaemia'
Human tissue could be cloned to help children with leukaemia, a scientist predicts. [BBC News]
Coverage by the Washington Post.
Dolly cloning method patented
The first patents for cloning have been issued to the researchers who created Dolly the sheep. [BBC News]
Ethicists Query Dolly Patents
The issuing of the first patents for cloning have fueled the debate over the "ownership" of important medical technologies. [BBC News]
An entertaining and informative look at the science behind Dolly, from the Why Files at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
HowStuffWorks: How Human Cloning Will Work
Describes the process that could be used to clone humans, why some want to clone themselves and the controversy surrounding cloning. Also discusses therapeutic cloning.
Scientists Produce Five Pig Clones
The first pig clones are created, bringing the transplantation of animal organs into humans much closer. [BBC News]
Nuclear transfer--used to clone Dolly--may help scientists develop more potent stem-cell therapies. [Scientific American] (June 21, 1999)
Send in the Clones
Using a new technique, scientists have cloned clones from clones. [Scientific American] (July 27, 1998)
Jessica Matthews looks at the realities of cloning after the dust has settled after the Dolly announcement. [Washington Post] (March 03, 1997)
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