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Dentist hopes to create John Lennon clone from his tooth

Talk about generating instant karma by making a mockup starting with a musician's molar. That's the objective of a Canadian dentist who wants to clone John Lennon from a tooth he purchased at an auction.
In the Media by Gene Kosowan

Breakthrough: Cloning human skin cell to produce embryonic cells

Scientists have for the first time produced human embryonic stem cells from adult cells through a cloning process, an experiment that may revive the controversy over human cloning.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 3 comments

Iran begins cloning U.S. drone ― Reverse engineering complete

Tehran - Iran announced in December last year that it had captured the RQ-170 U.S. spy drone that had invaded its airspace. It seems the Iranians have been playing with it ever since and have now succeeded in making a clone.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 6 comments

Op-Ed: Gaga's avant-gardism keeps rhyming with plagiarism

Undeniably, Lady Gaga is talented. But each of her hits and her producer called Red One, became FAMOUS (title of a previous album) also through plagiarism controversies. Are they paying tribute to her icons or playing all of them at once?
In the Media by Jose Neves

Scientists could resurrect mammoths in five years

Kyoto - A team of scientists say they now have developed a process that will enable them to clone the mammoth and that the creature which has been extinct for 10,000 years may well walk the earth again in five years.
In the Media by Kevin Jess - 7 comments

New species of self-cloning lizard a treat for Vietnamese diners Special

Riverside - Vietnamese customers have been enjoying a lizard common in the menu of restaurants around the Mekong River Delta. It turns out that lizard is a self-reproducing, endemic, all-female new species.
Digital Journal Report by Igor I. Solar - 7 comments

US company no longer cloning dogs

A patent dispute between pet cloning company BioArts International and a Korean company, RNL Bio has ended with BioArts ending it's cloning of dogs citing the Korean company's lack of concern for animal welfare among other things.
In the Media by Kevin Jess - 4 comments

Dog cloning center to open in South Korea

A biotechnological firm in South Korea will open next year with an initial goal of producing 1,000 cloned dogs and would also operate on cloning endangered species including wolves.
In the Media by John Louie S. Ramos - 1 comment

Dubai produces first cloned camel

DUBAI – Scientists from the United Arab Emirates have announced on Tuesday that they have cloned the first camel ever.
In the Media by Richard James

Op-Ed: Couple Needs Loan to Clone Cat

Just over the wire a few days ago was the announcement that a rich couple from Florida had their dog cloned. For $138,000 they were able to get their dog that had died of cancer cloned.
In the Media by Carol Forsloff - 2 comments

Netscape Closing User-Generated News Homepage

After much criticism on the fact that Netscape's new "social news website" was a direct rip-off of Digg.com Netscape has decided to pull the plug on it's user-generated news website.
In the Media by malan

South Korea Says It Cloned Two Endangered Wolves

[i]The wolf clones "may provide a breathrough in increasing the number of endangered species,[/i]" Veteranary professor Lee Byung-Chun said.
In the Media by Lisa Angotti

Lucasarts' Clone Wars heads to handhelds

LucasArts has started work on a handheld title based on its CG Clone Wars TV show, according to Develop magazine.
In the Media by Aaron Robson

Cloneburgers won't come with warnings

Cloneburgers won't come with warnings. When the government approves food from cloned animals, the Food and Drug Administration doesn't plan special labels.
In the Media by RobotGod - 2 comments

DS iPod clone!

Turn your Nintendo DS into an iPod!
In the Media by guj_* - 3 comments

Cloneburgers, anyone? Farmer can’t wait

A dairy cattle farmer who is facing eviction considers breaking the ban on cloned meat
In the Media by Carolyn E. Price - 3 comments

Scientists Claim World First with 'Virtual' Sheep Genome

A team of international scientists claimed a world first, saying they had constructed a "virtual map" of the sheep genome which would help farmers produce better wool and meat. The physical DNA map of more than 98 percent of the sheep genome will be m...
In the Media by mr02

Australian scientists set up world's first koala sperm bank

Australian scientists unveiled three test-tube koala cubs today as part of an artificial insemination programme to preserve the vulnerable mammal.
In the Media by Bob Norman - 1 comment

FDA Set To Approve Cloned Food

Milk & meat from clones close to FDA's o.k.
In the Media by Bob Norman - 3 comments

Zou Renti gets an evil android twin, too

Will the real Zou Renti please stand up.
In the Media by KeithLDick - 1 comment
 

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