NPR Science Correspondent JOE PALCA who broke yesterday'sstory that Richard Seed, a U NPR Science Correspondent JOE PALCA who broke yesterday'sstory that Richard Seed, a U.S. physicist who has done fertilityresearch in the past, is proposing to set up a clinic that would clone babies for would-be parents. President Clinton has proposed banning such efforts for five years, saying it is morally unacceptableand could undermine society's respect for human life.
Science writer GINA KOLATA of The New York Times. She'swritten a new book about the science of cloning, "Clone: TheRoad to Dolly and the Path Ahead." (William, Morrow & Co.)It's about how the sheep Dolly, cloned from an udder cell,became the first clone in July 1996. It's also about theimplications of cloning for genetic engineering as well asthe ability to clone human beings.12:28:30  FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00  I.D. BREAK (:59)12: 
NPR logo NPR Science Correspondent JOE PALCA who broke yesterday'sstory that Richard Seed, a U

NPR Science Correspondent JOE PALCA who broke yesterday'sstory that Richard Seed, a U

NPR Science Correspondent JOE PALCA who broke yesterday'sstory that Richard Seed, a U

Audio will be available later today.

NPR Science Correspondent JOE PALCA who broke yesterday'sstory that Richard Seed, a U.S. physicist who has done fertilityresearch in the past, is proposing to set up a clinic that would clone babies for would-be parents. President Clinton has proposed banning such efforts for five years, saying it is morally unacceptableand could undermine society's respect for human life.

Science writer GINA KOLATA of The New York Times. She'swritten a new book about the science of cloning, "Clone: TheRoad to Dolly and the Path Ahead." (William, Morrow & Co.)It's about how the sheep Dolly, cloned from an udder cell,became the first clone in July 1996. It's also about theimplications of cloning for genetic engineering as well asthe ability to clone human beings.12:28:30  FORWARD PROMO (:29)12:29:00  I.D. BREAK (:59)12: