Jon Entine

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Executive Director of the Genetic Literacy Project, a nonpartisan nonprofit group that promotes education about biotechnology issues, and author of Let Them Eat Precaution: How Politics Is Undermining the Genetic Revolution in Agriculture

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Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

The quest for synthetic humans

Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

from To the Point

Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

The Quest for Synthetic Humans

Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1996, but no human being has ever been duplicated.  Now there's the possibility of creating a human from scratch.

from To the Point

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