One state's fight over what to do with plutonium from the nation's nuclear weapon plants.
John Merrow, special correspondent on education, takes a final look in his series on high school science students competing in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Are there alternatives to using human eggs in therapeutic cloning? Michael D. West, Ph.D. is the president and CEO of Advanced Cell Technology, one of a very few research groups in the therapeutic cloning field.
Peter Mombaerts, associate professor of developmental biology and neuro-genetics at the Rockefeller University in New York, discusses the difficulty in finding enough human eggs to advance cloning research, and possible alternatives.
Is cloning playing God? Kevin FitzGerald, the Dr. David P. Lawler Chair in Catholic Health Care Ethics and a research associate professor in the Department of Oncology at Georgetown University Medical Center, tackles that question in an interview with the…
Are scientists playing God? Michael D. West, Ph.D. is the president and CEO of Advanced Cell Technology, one of a few research groups in the therapeutic cloning field.
Peter Mombaerts is associate professor of developmental biology and neuro-genetics at the Rockefeller University in New York. He spoke with Susan Dentzer about how viable the hopes for cloning are and may be in the future.
Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) is a lead sponsor of a bill to ban all forms of human cloning. He discusses the bill and its possible impact with Health Correspondent Susan Dentzer.
The first installment of a new series examining issues affecting people's daily lives. Ray Suarez has the first report which looks at urban sprawl in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kwame Holman reports on the congressional battle over oil drilling in the Alaskan National Wildlife Refuge.
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