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View Resource Cloning: How It Works

An interactive guide to cloning with graphics and animations,5860,534450,00.html
View Resource Flood Cleanup Alerts

Variety of fact sheets realting to flood cleanup, including fungal diseases, asbestos hazards, and lead poisoning.
View Resource FAQ: What the Smart Grid Means to You

Yet again, the tech industry has a buzzword everyone seems to be using but few really understand. The smart grid follows the footsteps of the Internet and the interstate highway system--they are...
View Resource How Cloning Works

Cloning is the process of making a geneti- cally identical organism through nonsexual means. It has been used for many years to produce plants (even growing a plant from a cutting is a type of...
View Resource How Human Cloning Will Work

While Dolly's birth marked an incredible scientific breakthrough, it also set off questions in the scientific and global community about what -- or who -- might be next to be "duplicated." Cloning...
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