A human rights issue

By M. Asif Ismail

In Europe, nations ban reproductive cloning, but allow research to continue

Where scientists call the shots

By Tamra Traubmann

Advanced capabilities and lax regulation put Israel on the leading edge of cloning

Favorable logistics

By Claudio Julio Tognolli

In Brazil, infrastructure and human resources for cloning are available

International cloning timeline

By Alexander Cohen

Tracking embryo research and cloning efforts from 1996 to 2004

In Congress, a cloning stalemate

By M. Asif Ismail

Efforts to ban cloning falter over scope of proposed prohibition

Globalizing research

By Alexander Cohen

Across Asia, biotechnology sector thrives

Closing in on human cloning

By M. Asif Ismail and Agustín Armendariz

The federal government is funding research in primate cloning technology. Why?

Regulating cloning

By M. Asif Ismail

The biotech industry pushes its agenda in the states

Lobbying, old-time politics block legislation on human cloning

By M. Asif Ismail

Bush administration articulates no position

Embryo research: profit vs ethics?

By Shaun Taylor-Corbett

Corporations team up with patients' rights groups to overpower opposition to research that destroys embryos, but could save lives

From 'God's handwriting' to corporate profits

By Nathaniel Heller

Genome companies and their lawyers and lobbyists have locked up federal policy on human gene patenting with little public discussion