No longer the stuff of science fiction, we are on the verge of being able to bring extinct species back from the dead. But does this mean we should?
The dream of eternal life has been with us for a very long time. Now, thanks to new drug discoveries and technological innovations, we’re rapidly approaching the time when growing old will be a thing of the past. Here’s a look at some of the technologies being pioneered to delay, halt, and even reverse the signs of aging.
The DNA comes from long-dead ferrets stored in zoos and museums.
Scientists are using cloning to make high quality beef more accessible.
But the rest of the world might not be ready yet.
You’ve heard of Dolly the Sheep. She was heralded as the first cloned mammal; however, that claim isn’t technically true.
Lady Liberty, a 2,000 year old Cypress Tree, has been given a new lease on life through the Archangel Ancient Tree Archive.
A British couple had a boxer they had previously owned cloned for £60,000 after it died, and they just received the cloned puppies.
A Chinese scientist at the world's biggest cloning factory claims that we now have technology advanced enough to clone humans, and he asserts that this will likely be a common practice in the near future.
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