Conceiving a Clone
is a very large web site. In fact, we believe it is
the most comprehensive cloning site on the web.
Everything possible has been done to make it easy to
navigate through the site, but we can understand if
you still are having problems finding what you need.
Here is basic overview of the site's three main
The Details section contains in depth
reference information on cloning and related
biotechnology's. Go here to find about the history of
cloning, the people that have made cloning history,
and the techniques used in these ground breaking
The Reactions section covers the future of
cloning as well as the legal, ethical, and more
issues involved with cloning. Here you can learn
about the various sides and opinions of the cloning
debate, see what governments have done to restrict
cloning research, and review common public
misconceptions about cloning.
The Interactions section
contains various cloning related activities.
Participate in discussions on cloning ethics with
other site visitors, perform your own cloning
experiment, or respond to our cloning poll and
The site is designed
so that you can get to each of the main sections with
just one click from anywhere on the web site. Use the
menu bar at the top of the screen to jump to each
main site area.
Netscape users: If you are seeing images and
text slightly clipped off the menu bars at the top of
the screen, you are most likely viewing the Internet
Explorer version of the site. Netscape displays
frames smaller than Internet Explorer does. To
correct the problem, go to the Netscape version of
our web site.
here for the Netscape version.
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