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Clone: Road to Dolly and the Path Ahead

Gina Kolata

Clone: Road to Dolly and the Path Ahead

Gina Kolata

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Science writer Gina Kolata, who broke the cloning story in the New York Times, provides an account of the cloning of Dolly with all its exciting and alarming implications. Kolata describes the strange history of cloning, which began rather unpromisingly 60 years ago when Hans Speamann severed a salamander embryo in two using a hair from his newborn baby's head. Kolata, a trained micro-biologist, looks into the scientific implications of subsequent progress, all leading to Ian Wilmut's breakthrough with Dolly.

- Publisher The cloning of a sheep has shocked, amazed and provoked the world. Kolata presents an energetic and informative account of the most extraordinary science story of our time, and considers Dolly's ethical implications.

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Science writer Gina Kolata, who broke the cloning story in the New York Times, provides an account of the cloning of Dolly with all its exciting and alarming implications. Kolata describes the strange history of cloning, which began rather unpromisingly 60 years ago when Hans Speamann severed a salamander embryo in two using a hair from his newborn baby's head. Kolata, a trained micro-biologist, looks into the scientific implications of subsequent progress, all leading to Ian Wilmut's breakthrough with Dolly.
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The cloning of a sheep has shocked, amazed and provoked the world. Kolata presents an energetic and informative account of the most extraordinary science story of our time, and considers Dolly's ethical implications.
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 132967
  • Product Code 0140270345
  • EAN 9780140270341
  • Pages 227
  • Department Academic
  • Category Christian Worldview
  • Sub-Category Medical/science
  • Publisher Penguin Books
  • Publication Date Oct 1998
  • Dimensions 200 x 130 mm
  • Weight 0.178kg

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