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A South Korean who fabricated research on human embryos now claims that he has cloned coyotes for the first time.
Women donating their eggs for use in fertility clinics are typically financially compensated for the time and discomfort involved in the procedure.
Five years after South Korea's scientific reputation was shattered by a cloning research scandal, the country has approved stem cell medication for heart attack victims.
Hwang Woo-Suk, a South Korean cloning expert, was given a suspended prison sentence on Monday after a court found him guilty of embezzlement and other charges stemming from faking results of stem-cell experiments.
South Korean researchers said on Thursday that puppies from the world's first cloned dog would be offered to good homes later this year.
On Monday, South Korean prosecutors told a Seoul court that they expect a four-year prison term for disgraced scientist Hwang Woo-suk, whose research team has been linked to major fraud in its once-celebrated stem cell studies.
The dog who found the last survivor beneath rubble at Ground Zero after the Sept.
Ex-police officer and certified search & rescue manager won contest to clone beloved pet Trakr, hero of 9-11 rescue efforts LOS ANGELES, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Can you clone a hero? Retired police officer James Symington, owner of the late search and rescue dog and 9-11 hero, Trakr, will receive five answers to that question on Wednesday June 17, 2009.
It's a long-standing and crucial question that, as yet, remains unanswered: just how common is scientific misconduct?
- Monstrous in size or character; huge; prodigious; monstrously perverse, savage, cruel, etc.