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Cloning Pioneer Proposes Global Network of iPS Cell Banks
Ian Wilmut, father of the cloned Dolly the Sheep, is now proposing to father a global induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell handbook— to go with a proposed new global network of iPS cell haplobanks. With a network of global iPS cell banks— and global iPS ...
Return of the mammoth? Dolly scientist says beast should be cloned
The astonishingly well-preserved blood from a 10,000-year-old frozen mammoth could lead to mammoth stem cells, said Ian Wilmut, the scientist responsible for Dolly, the world’s first cloned animal -- and might ultimately lead to a cloned mammoth.
Cloning a mammoth 'possible' - Dolly the sheep scientist
Woolly mammoths could be brought back to life, says the top British scientist who cloned the world's first mammal, Dolly the sheep. Sir Ian Wilmut says that cells from frozen mammoth remains could be used to create stem cells - 'building blocks' that can ...
Dolly Scientist Says Abandon Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Ian Wilmut, the scientist who achieved international notoriety for cloning the sheep Dolly, is now urging his fellow scientists and researchers to abandon embryonic stem cell research. His comments at a conference follow on the major news that Geron ...
Remembering the sheep that changed the world
It has been 15 years since the birth of Dolly the sheep, an event which changed perceptions towards genetic science. Ian Wilmut and his team created Dolly, the first living mammal to be cloned from the cell of an adult animal [GALLO/GETTY] Hank Greely is ...
Dolly scientist: abandon embryonic stem cell research
That's because he believes other research likely will overtake embryonic stem cell research. Ian Wilmut spoke to a crowd of stem cell researchers Nov. 29 in La Jolla, Calif., telling them that because embryonic stem cells tend to lead to tumors ...
For $100,000, You Can Clone Your Dog
Every scientist who does mammal cloning, including Hwang, licenses the so-called Dolly patent from ViaGen, a U.S. company that acquired the intellectual property from Dolly’s creator, Dr. Ian Wilmut. Hwang used SCNT to create Snuppy, the world’s …
We could resurrect woolly mammoths, says scientist behind Dolly the sheep
Sir Ian Wilmut, whose team made Dolly the world’s first cloned mammal in 1996, said while a mammoth is unlikely to be cloned in the same way as the sheep, modern technology could convert tissue cells into stem cells. On the academic journalism …
Scientists Report First Success in Cloning Human Stem Cells
Ever since Ian Wilmut ... stem cells. These could then be manipulated to create heart, nerve or other cells that can repair or treat disease. That scandal, as well as ethical concerns about the dangers of encouraging work that could lead to human cloning ...
Ian Wilmut - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Ian Wilmut, OBE FRS FMedSci FRSE  (born 7 July 1944) is a British embryologist and Chair of the Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine  at the University ...
Ian Wilmut Biography -- Academy of Achievement
Ian Wilmut was born in Hampton Lucey, England, and raised in the ancient town of Coventry, a medieval town devastated by German bombs during World War II.
Ian Wilmut | Edge.org
Sir IAN WILMUT, is the Chair of Reproductive Biology and the Director Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. The former head of the ...
Ian Wilmut - HowStuffWorks
Ian Wilmut is a famous Scottish biologist. Learn more about Ian Wilmut and his contributions to the study of biology and life science at HowStuffWorks.
Ian Wilmut News - The New York Times
News about Ian Wilmut. Commentary and archival information about Ian Wilmut from The New York Times.
Ian Wilmut: Human Cloner | Center for Science and Culture
Ian Wilmut: Human Cloner How the man who created Dolly the sheep slid down the slippery slope to human reproductive cloning Wesley J. Smith The Daily Standard
Ian Wilmut - Biography - SwiftPapers
Ian Wilmut (born 1944) was a quiet unassuming British embryologist who worked to improve the productivity of farm animals. By February 1997, he had shocked the ...
Sir Ian Wilmut | British biologist | Britannica.com
Sir Ian Wilmut, (born July 7, 1944, Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire, Eng.), British developmental biologist who was the first to use nuclear transfer of differentiated ...
Ian Wilmut (1944- ) | The Embryo Project Encyclopedia
British embryologist Sir Ian Wilmut, best known for his work in the field of animal genetic engineering and the successful cloning of sheep, was born 7 July 1944 in ...
Dolly creator Prof Ian Wilmut shuns cloning - Telegraph
Nov 16, 2007 · Prof Ian Wilmut's decision to turn his back on "therapeutic cloning", just days after US researchers announced a breakthrough in the cloning of primates ...
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