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#37 Emily Anthes

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Mutant mice! Cloned cats! Cyborg beetles! Science writer Emily Anthes on how the field of biotechnology is remaking the animal kingdom and what it means for our world, which she writes about in her new book, Frankenstein's Cat.

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