Never Let Me Go
Margaret Somerville | 01 November 2010 |
tags: cloning, organ transplant
A new film presents an unsettling demonstration of the dehumanising potential of medical technology.
Should we clone Neanderthals?
Michael Cook | 23 February 2010 |
Forget the jokes. A Harvard professor is serious.
Michael Cook | 09 December 2006 |
tags: cloning, Hwang Woo-suk, science
When a leading scientific journal publishes a hoax once, it is a tragedy. When it happens twice, it starts to look like bias.
No more business as usual for stem cell research
Michael Cook | 12 January 2006 |
tags: cloning, Hwang Woo-suk
Revelations of fraud and unethical conduct in the world’s leading embryonic stem cell lab could lead to a rethink of stem cell ethics.
Cloning pioneer hits the wall
Michael Cook | 30 November 2005 |
tags: cloning, Hwang Woo-suk, Korea, stem cells
A Korean national hero has confessed that he told lies about his research about cloning human embryos. Will his colleagues 'fess up, too?
Why the UN banned human cloning
José Joaquín Chaverri | 26 August 2005 |
tags: cloning, Costa Rica
Earlier this year, Costa Rica was at the forefront of a campaign in the United Nations to ban both reproductive and therapeutic cloning. In this exclusive interview MercatorNet speaks to a diplomat who handled the negotiations.