The frozen zoo

October 1999
Discover;Oct99, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p21
Reports that Duane Kraemer, professor of veterinary physiology at Texas A&M University, is leading Project Noah's Ark, a radical effort to deep-freeze genetic material from 2,000 endangered species for possible cloning. Criticisms against the project; Application of cloning techniques on pandas.


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