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   Biotechnology: Cloning and Stem Cells
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    Description: Two videos, Cloning: How and Why and Stem Cells, on one DVD.

    Cloning: How and Why
    Cloning is one of the most controversial of the new biotechnologies in the 21st century. This up-to-date program takes students to Scotland where Dolly made history as the first cloned mammal. Then we move inside Neal First's laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where Dr. First explains some of the details of just how cloning is done. Students will be challenged to consider the implications of this revolutionary technology for life in the 21st century.

    Stem Cells
    Takes your students inside James Thomson's laboratory at the University of Wisconsin where stem cells were first cultured to learn why this breakthrough is so important in the 21st century. This new video will help you show your students what stem cells are; how they are cultured; why they offer such potential for the future of our health and welfare. The program addresses both the science and the ethical dilemmas that accompany this revolutionary advance in biology. Includes exclusive interviews with pioneers in stem cell technology and stem cell ethics.
    Price: $59.95
    Copyright: ©2002
    Format: 1 DVD
    Length:55 minutes
    UPC:69394 0233531
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