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Zhong Zhong (left) and Hua Hua are the first primate clones made by somatic cell nuclear transfer, the same process that created Dolly the sheep in 1996. Qiang Sun and Mu-ming Poo/Chinese Academy of Sciences/Cell Press hide caption

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Chinese Scientists Clone Monkeys Using Method That Created Dolly The Sheep

A team of researchers has produced two macaque monkey clones using a technique called somatic cell nuclear transfer. It's a first for primates. The advance could hasten research into human diseases.

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For One Family, Contract Work Means 'Feast Or Famine' As Income Varies

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Chinese Scientists Clone Monkeys Using Method That Created Dolly The Sheep

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Flu Virus Can Trigger A Heart Attack

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Amid #MeToo, Evangelicals Grapple With Misconduct In Their Own Churches

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One 8.5-oz. serving of THC-laced beverage (left) alongside three ounces of dried marijuana (right). Miles Bryan/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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How Much Pot Is In That Brownie? Wyoming Moves To Toughen Edible Marijuana Laws

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Chef James Syhabout says that, as he was writing the Hawker Fare cookbook, certain recipes became time machines, reminding him of who was in the room when it was made, and the surrounding colors and smells in the atmosphere. Eric Wolfinger/HaperCollins Publishers hide caption

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With 'Hawker Fare,' Chef James Syhabout Shares Laotian Food He Grew Up With

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