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Disgraced cloning researcher convicted in South Koreaupdated: Mon Oct 26 2009 06:35:00

A disgraced South Korean scientist -- who gained fame in 2004 when he claimed to have cloned human embryonic stem cells -- on Monday was convicted of embezzling money and illegally buying human eggs, state media reported.

Is cloned meat safe?updated: Mon Dec 22 2008 12:58:00

Soon, the food you put on your dinner table may be from cloned animals and chances are, you won't even know it. The Food and Drug Administration announced in January 2008 that's it OK to sell meat and milk from cloned cattle, pigs and goats. What does this mean to the consumer? Is cloned meat safe? How does it differ from regular animal products?

Time.com: Scientists Clone Human Embryosupdated: Thu Jan 17 2008 14:00:00

U.S. scientists announce that they have cloned human embryos -- to little fanfare. They weren't the first, though, and they won't be the last

FDA OKs meat, milk from most cloned animalsupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 16:42:00

Food from healthy clones of cattle, swine and goats is as safe as food from non-cloned animals, the Food and Drug Administration said in a report released Tuesday.

FDA OKs cloned meat, milkupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 16:42:00

The Food and Drug Administration says meat and milk from cloned cows, pigs and goats are safe to eat.

Fortune: Here come the clonesupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 15:45:00

In a long-awaited and controversial decision, the Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that food products derived from cloned cattle, swine, goats, sheep and their offspring are safe enough to enter the U.S. food supply.

Fortune: Send in the clonesupdated: Tue Jan 08 2008 14:37:00

As early as Tuesday, the FDA is likely to issue U.S. food producers an approval to begin selling meat and dairy from cloned animals and their offspring.

You, again: Are we getting closer to cloning humans?updated: Mon Nov 19 2007 03:34:00

Ever wanted to be a new you? Recent developments in cloning mean that day might be possible without therapy, a new diet or fitness regime.

A clone in sheep's clothingupdated: Thu Jan 25 2007 13:28:00

"Viable offspring derived from fetal and adult mammalian cells" wasn't the catchiest of titles for a scientific paper.

CNNMoney: FDA gives nod to cloned meat, milk safetyupdated: Thu Dec 28 2006 12:05:00

The FDA announced a report Thursday finds meat and milk from adult cattle, pigs and goats and their offspring are safe for human consumption, although the agency is still asking producers not to introduce food from clones or their offspring into the food supply.

Fortune: Stem cell scandal shocks South Koreaupdated: Fri Dec 22 2006 06:40:00

Last year, Hwang Woo-suk was Korea's scientific Superman. He had three institutes, a stamp created in his honor, and, over the years, $60 million at his disposal. His face was plastered on buses in...

Key statements: Domestic issuesupdated: Tue Jan 31 2006 17:31:00

President Bush addressed a wide range of issues in his annual State of the Union speech Tuesday evening. Click on a topic below for what he said on key subjects.

Scientists seek rabbit-human embryoupdated: Fri Jan 13 2006 06:39:00

British scientists are seeking permission to create hybrid embryos by fusing human cells with rabbit eggs.

Cloning scientist: Forgive meupdated: Wed Jan 11 2006 21:14:00

Disgraced South Korean cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk has apologized for publishing fake research on human stem cells, but said he was deceived by researchers at another lab.

School sorry over stem cell fraudupdated: Tue Jan 10 2006 21:35:00

One day after a panel investigating the work of disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk found that he faked claims of cloning human embryonic stem cells, the Seoul National University has issued a public apology.

School: Human stem cell work fakedupdated: Mon Jan 09 2006 21:42:00

A panel investigating the work of disgraced South Korean scientist Hwang Woo-suk has found that he faked claims of cloning human embryonic stem cells, in what could be the biggest cover-up in modern scientific history.

Stem cell expert: Work is not fakeupdated: Fri Dec 16 2005 03:24:00

A prominent South Korean scientist is defending himself against allegations of fraud in the already controversial field of stem-cell research.

Fortune: CAN FRIST HOLD THE MIDDLE GROUND?updated: Mon Sep 05 2005 00:01:00

WHEN SENATE MAJORITY LEADER Bill Frist backed a bill to expand the number of federally funded stem-cell lines a few weeks ago, he laid claim to something increasingly rare in America's polarized "e...

Fortune: FIGHTING FOR THEIR LIVESupdated: Mon Aug 22 2005 00:01:00

Lisa Altman couldn't sleep. On a Thursday night in late July, her husband was traveling, and the novel she'd been reading was keeping her awake. So At 5 A.M. she gave up, flipped on the television,...

Expert: No human clones this centuryupdated: Thu Jun 09 2005 11:40:00

Work on the possibility of cloning humans is dangerous, complicated and unethical and there will be no human clones this century, a South Korean stem cell research pioneer has said.

Cloning success hailed, fearedupdated: Sat May 21 2005 05:49:00

A breakthrough in human embryonic stem cell research by scientists in South Korea has been hailed as ground-breaking, with the potential to fight a host of ailments, but some people have raised ethical concerns.

'Dolly' pioneer on the cloning debateupdated: Fri Mar 04 2005 07:01:00

Stem cell research is a hot topic as countries weigh up the pros and cons of allowing scientists to carry out this controversial -- but potentially beneficial -- research.

World first: Cow cloned in new wayupdated: Wed Feb 16 2005 22:50:00

Australian scientists have claimed a world first, cloning a cow using a new technique that produces a healthier embryo.

Dolly creator gets cloning licenseupdated: Tue Feb 08 2005 06:46:00

The creator of Dolly the sheep has been granted a license to clone human embryos for medical research, authorities in London have announced.

Non-human cloningupdated: Fri Jan 07 2005 14:37:00

Since the December 3 meeting of President Bush's Council on Bioethics, the struggle over embryonic stem cell research has been altered.

Business 2.0: Hits & Missesupdated: Thu Apr 01 2004 00:01:00

[HIT] Fake and scathing 1, fair and balanced 0. CNN and MSNBC have gotten used to losing to Fox News. But during the Democratic primaries, an unexpected foe stole the ratings crown from all three. ...

Clone report sparks fresh debateupdated: Fri Feb 13 2004 03:37:00

The announcement by South Korean scientists that they had created human embryos by cloning and extracted embryonic stem cells has raised concerns around the world.

Scientists 'cloned human embryos'updated: Thu Feb 12 2004 03:24:00

South Korean researchers reported Thursday they have created human embryos through cloning and extracted embryonic stem cells, the universal cells that scientists expect will result in breakthroughs in medical research.

Fortune: Who Is Doctor West And Why Has He Got George Bush So Ticked Offupdated: Mon Apr 29 2002 00:01:00

Michael West remembers the moment in his late 20s when he found a goal for himself: He would make death obsolete--or at least push back the frontiers of aging. At the time he was eating lunch in hi...

Fortune: Aquafarms Cloning Aging Pot Inside the very strange world of billionaire John Sperlingupdated: Mon Apr 29 2002 00:01:00

John Sperling was in his office in Phoenix when he got the call. His longtime friend Lou Hawthorne was phoning to tell him that scientists at Texas A&M University had successfully cloned a cat, the...

FSB: Who Is Doctor West, And Why Has He Got George Bush So Ticked Off?updated: Mon Apr 01 2002 00:01:00

Michael West remembers the moment in his late 20s when he found a goal for himself: He would make death obsolete--or at least push back the frontiers of aging. At the time he was eating lunch in hi...

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