Beth Shapiro

Guest

Associate professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at UC Santa Cruz; author of How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-Exctinction

Beth Shapiro on KCRW

The movie Jurassic Park came out in 1993. Even back then people were thinking about the possibility of scientists getting dinosaur DNA and bringing real dinosaurs back to life.

De-Extinction: Will Scientists Really Clone the Woolly Mammoth?

The movie Jurassic Park came out in 1993. Even back then people were thinking about the possibility of scientists getting dinosaur DNA and bringing real dinosaurs back to life.

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