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1 Cloned cows cleared for consumption
Gross--Cindy Marie (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 103:31, p.3
1/23/2007 FDA clears milk and meat from some cloned livestock for humans.
2 Growth in technology unstoppable
Paulson--Bryce (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:22, p.5
11/12/2004 Enumerates the benefits of technology, then debates whether or not it leads society down the right path.
3 Research changing lives
Northern Iowan 101:22, p.5
11/12/2004 Debates the merits of stem cell research.
4 Facing the issues: ethics & morality
Klein--Matt (Student--2004)
Northern Iowan 101:14, p.3
10/15/2004 Describes presidential candidates' positions on abortion, gay marriage, capital punishment, and cloning; photo.
5 Weise lecture visits cloning, Christianity
Northern Iowan 100:8, p.1
9/26/2003 Invited by the Lutheran Student Fellowship, Dr. Robert Weise expressed his views to students; photo.
6 UNI board to discuss stem cell research
Northern Iowan 98:49, p.2
4/12/2002 The College of Natural Sciences will sponsor a panel discussion on cloning and stem cell research.
7 UNI College of Natural Sciences board to discuss stem cell research
Public Relations News Release 2001:419, p.1
4/5/2002 A panel discussion on cloning and stem cell research will be held on April 19.
8 Stem cells present possibilities; despite criticism, scientists say much could be learned with research
Green--Nathan R. (Classes of 2002 and 2005)
Northern Iowan 98:45, p.1
3/29/2002 Stem cell research and cloning were among the topics at a UNI conference.
9 'Legal and Ethical Issues in Stem Cell Research and Cloning' topic for UNI conference
Public Relations News Release 0:368, p.1
3/20/2002 Conference to be held March 26; David Orentlicher to serve as keynote speaker.
10 Clohesy sheds light on stem cell research
Campus News Network 12:1, p.3
8/21/2001 William Clohesy gives information to media after President Bush's stem cell announcement.
11 Lecture addresses bio-ethical issues
Droll--Robert J.
Northern Iowan 97:12, p.3
10/6/2000 Thomas Murray, president of the Hastings Center, presented the first of the 2000-2001 Hearst Lecture Series; photo.
12 Investigating the ethics of cloning
Public Relations News Release 2000:96, p.1
10/2/2000 The first presenter in the Hearst Lecture Series, Dr. Thomas Murray, will discuss the ethics of cloning.
13 Hearst lecrure series at UNI to open with "Cloning and beyond: making ethical public policy on controversial issues," Monday, October 2.
Public Relations News Release 2000:95, p.1
9/27/2000 The Hearst Lecture Series starts with Dr. Thomas Murray, the first of six noted thinkers.
14 The ethics and practice of cloning: two years later
Public Relations News Release 1998:262, p.1
2/22/1999 UNI associate professor of biology James Jurgenson talks about the cloning hype of "Dolly".
15 Cloning: rampant fire to be put out
Northern Iowan 94:61, p.4
7/24/1998 Editorial comments on the recent cloning of mice.
16 Who's your daddy? A petri dish
Northern Iowan 93:43, p.6
3/11/1997 Comments on cloning and the powers of technology.
17 Junk Food For Thought
Northern Iowan 86:64, p.2
7/20/1990 A look at cloning.

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