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World's Oldest Dinosaur Embryos Found
Science & Tech  (tags: Paleontology, animals, Dinosaur, Embryos, world )

- 2868 days ago -
Paleontologists have just identified the world's oldest known dinosaur embryos, according to a paper in the current Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.The embryos, found in their still well-preserved eggs, date to the early Jurassic Period 190 million....
Human-Animal Hybrid Ban Introduced in Congress
Science & Tech  (tags: human-animal hybrids, U.S., ban, embryos, research, science )

- 3952 days ago -
Senators Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) and Mary Landrieu (D-Louisiana) introduced the Human-Animal Hybrid Protection Act. If it passes, researchers would be forbidden from combining human and animal eggs and sperm, putting animal DNA into a human embryo.
No Embryo Needed!! Scientists Say They Turned Skin Cells to Stem Cells
Science & Tech  (tags: US, embryos, human skin cells, embryonic stem cells, embryo cloning, stem cells, no controversy, "direct reprogramming" )

- 3954 days ago -
Scientists have made ordinary human skin cells take on the chameleon-like powers of embryonic stem cells, a startling breakthrough that might someday deliver the medical payoffs of embryo cloning without the controversy.."direct reprogramming"
Secret Powers of Frogs Help Heal Human Scars
Science & Tech  (tags: frog, protein, humans, healing, scars, TGF-beta 2, embryos, regeneration, research )

- 3956 days ago -
The secret powers of frogs are being exploited by scientists to create drugs that will correct disfiguring facial scars. The protein responsible for this recovery is known as Transforming Growth Factor Beta 3. It is present in large amounts in embryos.
Scientists Claim to Clone Monkey Embryos
Science & Tech  (tags: Embryos, monkey, Clone, scientists, study, research, animals )

- 3958 days ago -
NEW YORK (AP)--Scientists in Oregon say they've reached the long-sought goal of cloning monkey embryos and extracting stem cells from them, a potentially major step toward doing the same thing in people.
Monkey Embryonic Stem Cells a World First
Science & Tech  (tags: embryotic, embryos, Monkey, stem cell, clone, science, research, study, world, interesting )

- 3959 days ago -
Researchers have cloned monkeys and used the resulting embryos to get embryonic stem cells, an important step towards being able to do the same thing in humans, they report.
UN Report: Human Cloning Ban Needed
Science & Tech  (tags: cloning, humans, animals, stem cells, embryos, research, technology, medicine, science )

- 3962 days ago -
LONDON - The international community faces a stark choice: outlaw human cloning or prepare for the creation of cloned humans, U.N. researchers said Saturday.

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