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- American Association for the Advancement of Science Policy Brief: Human Cloning: A summary of the human cloning issue, and a collection of links to useful web resources, including information from the media, and groups on all sides of the debate.
- Americans to Ban Cloning: Group of Americans promoting a global, comprehensive ban on human cloning.
- Clonaid: Offers to clone humans.
- Clone Rights United Front: Activist organization protecting the right to human cloning.
- Clone World: A look at cloning technology from all directions. [In English and Japanese]
- Cloned embryos 'could treat leukaemia': Human tissue could be cloned to help children with leukaemia, a scientist predicts. [BBC News]
- Cloning Law and Policy at UPenn: Extensive bibliography on cloning law and policy; media coverage and analysis; and details of state, federal and international laws on cloning.
- Cloning Report: Coverage by the Washington Post.
- Cloning Technology Progresses Despite Controversy: A review of cloning news concerning science and public policy, three years after the cloning of Dolly. [CNN]
- Cloning and Stem Cells: A Special Report: A collection of news articles and features on Cloning and Stem Cells from New Scientist magazine and NewScientist.com
- Cloning in Science Fiction: Brief overview of cloning in the science fiction literature and how it is portrayed. [Gene Letter]
- Cloning--Are Humans Next?: Human cloning facts, issues, and questions, from World Book.
- Cloning--Slouching Towards Creation: Multimedia site from Time Magazine highlights the announcement of Dolly, with the look at the procedure, ethics, and future of cloning technology.
- Dolly cloning method patented: The first patents for cloning have been issued to the researchers who created Dolly the sheep. [BBC News]
- Dolly's Legacy: Nuclear transfer--used to clone Dolly--may help scientists develop more potent stem-cell therapies. [Scientific American]
- Ethicists Query Dolly Patents: The issuing of the first patents for cloning have fueled the debate over the "ownership" of important medical technologies. [BBC News]
- First Dolly -- Now Dotcom: Scientists in Britain say they have produced the world's first cloned pigs. [CBC Canada]
- Genetic Engineering and Cloning: Gives information and debate positions, both for and against.
- Genomics Issues: Cloning: Resources, articles and books on the science, research, applications, and public policy of cloning - from the Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America.
- Hello Dolly!: An entertaining and informative look at the science behind Dolly, from the Why Files at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- HowStuffWorks: How Cloning Works: Describes cloning and how it is possible to save endangered species through cloning.
- HowStuffWorks: How Human Cloning Will Work: Describes the process that could be used to clone humans, why some want to clone themselves and the controversy surrounding cloning. Also discusses therapeutic cloning.
- Human Cloning: Covers data on human cloning plus news updates, and full text of The Genetic Revolution by Dr. Patrick Dixon.
- PPL Therapeutics: The Edinburgh-based company that cloned Dolly the Sheep as well as 5 cloned piglets.
- Post-Clone Consciousness: Jessica Matthews looks at the realities of cloning after the dust has settled after the Dolly announcement. [Washington Post]
- Researchers Clone Monkey by Splitting Embryo: Oregon researchers say they have cloned a monkey by splitting an early-stage embryo and implanting the pieces into mother animals. [CNN]
- Sammon Says - Pro and Cons of Cloning: Raises questions about social impact if full cloning existed.
- Scientists Produce Five Pig Clones: The first pig clones are created, bringing the transplantation of animal organs into humans much closer. [BBC News]
- Send in the Clones: Using a new technique, scientists have cloned clones from clones. [Scientific American]
- Stem Cells & Cloning Club (SCCC): Includes news, ethics, politics, investments, media, culture, and discussion forum.
- The Reproductive Cloning Network: Resources, links and scientific information on vertebrate, mammalian and human reproductive cloning.
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