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In 1996, the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh acquired global standing – and notoriety – when it announced the creation of the first mammal cloned from adult cells, Dolly the sheep. Having been awarded the first UK licence for human embryo research in 2003, it now seems set to continue its groundbreaking ways, with the announcement that Professor Ian Wilmut, Dolly’s creator, has applied for what will be the first licence granted by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) for creation, by cloning, of human embryos for research into motor neurone disease. This is known as therapeutic cloning.

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