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Stem-Cell Engineering Offers a Lifeline to Endangered Species

Mon, 09/05/2011 - 6:43am
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

In 1972, a group of forward-thinking conservationists in San Diego began freezing skin samples from endangered species. The hope was that science would eventually find a way to use the cells to help revive these fragile populations.

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