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ISSRNC Jun 14
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Ms. Kohut Oct 18
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Design Investigations Jan 8
Ege Kökel walking the streets of Vienna with her dodo.
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Jack Ashby Jul 8
There would be few more exciting sights than a living , but honestly, cloning them out of extinction wouldn't be conservation. It would be a self-indulgent freak-show.
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SynBioBeta Apr 1
’s latest unicorn Mammuty closes $100M Series A for cell-based meats from extinct animals: Mammuty combines , , and to bring consumers exotic new options.
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adam searle Aug 24
boxes containing the skeletal remains of the last bucarda, Celia, the only animal to be cloned after extinction
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All the Deities Nov 6
Oph'kuzhie, archdemon of de-extinction, is secretly admiring Queo'outh the musician in the Faroe Islands to teach a lesson to her followers, who spend too much time thinking about coffee grinders.
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Andrew Mooney 11 Apr 18
Had a great time talking about as part of their exhibition. Thanks to all who came along, even if it raised more questions than it answered!
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CIH 9 Oct 17
Join us! 16 Oct, 12pm, A talk by Britt Wray, (Re)born to be wild? and the issues it creates.
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Jason Gilchrist Jul 4
Hot-off-the-press. My analysis for of new rhino paper applying assisted reproductive technology & IVF to white rhino (). A step closer to de-extinction?
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Rich Grenyer 🐫💨 3 Feb 18
Here is in all its false glory.
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Wonk! Magazine 14 Jun 18
How were the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park made?! All the answers are in our new post on 🦕🦖
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Andrew Capretto Jun 8
@fpspi1974 when you’re at IC you don’t play “HORSE” you play “FPSPI”.
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The Agenda | TVO Jul 31
Journalist , author of “Rise of the Necrofauna: The Science, Ethics and Risks of De-Extinction,” talks to about the possiblities of bringing back extinct animals through selective breeding, cloning, and genome engineering, tonight at 11pm
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Nat Moss Apr 1
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Margherita Pevere 12 Dec 17
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Mél Hogan 2 Oct 17
Very excited to have come speak at Oct 16, noon, BI 561
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Shannen O'Brien 11 Apr 18
amazingly informative talk by on the fascinating topic of let's at playing god 👌👌
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Helen Pilcher Jul 4
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49th Shelf 13 Oct 17
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