Peter Griffin posted in Alan Cooper • ancient DNA • blood • DNA • Siberia • wooly mammoth on May 5th, 2010.
Kiran Chug writes in the Dominion Post about Wellingtonian Alan Cooper and his involvement in scientists’ recently announced ability to reconstruct the blood of woolly mammoths. The technique could potentially be used to recreate the blood cells of other extinct animals. An excerpt: (read in full here) “Woolly mammoths are believed to have died out […]
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