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WILMUT
RTXNW7N 
October 19, 2005 
Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during an interview... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during an i..... 
Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during an interview with Reuters in Seoul October 19, 2005. South Korea launched on Wednesday an ambitious project to make the country a global hub for stem cell storage and research, hoping to further cement its status at the forefront of cutting-edge cloning research. 
SCIENCE KOREA CELLS
RTR19NAF 
October 19, 2005 
Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during an interview... 
Seoul, Korea 
Creator of cloned sheep Dolly Ian Wilmut answers question during an interview in Seoul 
Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during an interview with Reuters in Seoul October 19, 2005. South Korea launched on Wednesday an ambitious project to make the country a global hub for stem cell storage and research, hoping to further cement its status at the forefront of cutting-edge cloning research. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
KOREA
RTR19MK8 
October 18, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during... 
Seoul, Korea 
Professor Wilmut the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly answers a reporter's question during a... 
Professor Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, answers a reporter's question during a news conference in Seoul October 18, 2005. Biotechnology scientists participated in the 2005 Seoul Bio/Medi Symposium on Tuesday to review the status of stem cell-related research and to discuss the future of the biomedical industry. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
KOREA
RTR19MK3 
October 18, 2005 
Doctor Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, listens to a reporter's question during... 
Seoul, Korea 
Doctor Wilmut, British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, listens to a reporter's question during a news... 
Doctor Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly, listens to a reporter's question during a news conference in Seoul October 18, 2005. Biotechnology scientists participated in the 2005 Seoul Bio/Medi Symposium on Tuesday to review status of stem cell-related research and to discuss the future of the biomedical industry. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
KOREA
RTR19MDF 
October 18, 2005 
Woo-suk Hwang (R), a chair professor of Seoul National University, and Professor Ian Wilmut, the British... 
Seoul, Korea 
Hwang a chair professor of Seoul National University and Professor Wilmut the British creator of the... 
Woo-suk Hwang (R), a chair professor of Seoul National University, and Professor Ian Wilmut, the British creator of the cloned sheep Dolly attend a news conference in Seoul October 18, 2005. Biotechnology scientists participated in the 2005 Seoul Bio/Medi Symposium on Tuesday to review the status of stem cell-related research and to discuss the future of the biomedical industry. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won 
WILMUT
RTXN854 
February 08, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who crea..... 
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. 
WILMUT
RTXN853 
February 08, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in..... 
Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. 
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMPC1 
February 08, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh. 
Professor Ian Wilmut speaks during a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell JJM/MD 
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMP8O 
February 08, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference... 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference in Edinburgh. Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell 
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMP7C 
February 08, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference... 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference in Edinburgh. Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell 
SCIENCE BRITAIN CLONING
RTRMP4F 
February 08, 2005 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference... 
Professor Ian Wilmut the creator of Dolly the sheep is reflected in a mirror after a news conference in Edinburgh. Professor Ian Wilmut is reflected in a mirror as he poses for photographs after a news conference in Edinburgh, February 8, 2005. Wilmut who created Dolly the sheep, the world's first cloned mammal, was granted a licence on Tuesday to clone human embryos for medical research. Wilmut, of the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, plans to obtain stem cells for research into Motor Neurone Disease (MND), a procedure that divides the medical world along ethical lines. Pictures of the month February 2005 REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell 
WILMUT
RTXMY1Q 
September 28, 2004 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28,... 
London, UK 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28..... 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. [If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo.] 
WILMUT
RTXMY1P 
September 28, 2004 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who... 
London, UK 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, wh..... 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. 
BRITAIN
RTRBYDY 
September 28, 2004 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who... 
London, UK 
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London.... 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS 
BRITAIN
RTRBYDR 
September 28, 2004 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who... 
London, UK 
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London.... 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS 
BRITAIN
RTRBYDI 
September 28, 2004 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who... 
London, UK 
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London.... 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut addresses a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS 
BRITAIN
RTRBYD9 
September 28, 2004 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28,... 
London, UK 
Britain's Professor Wilmut poses for photographs after news conference in London. 
Britain's Professor Ian Wilmut poses for photographs after a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS 
BRITAIN
RTRBYD2 
September 28, 2004 
The shadows of journalists are cast on a projector screen as they speak to Professor Ian Wilmut after... 
London, UK 
Britain's Wilmut speaks at news conference after applying for licence to clone human embryos in London.... 
The shadows of journalists are cast on a projector screen as they speak to Professor Ian Wilmut after a news conference in London, September 28, 2004. Wilmut, who led the team which cloned Dolly the sheep, has formally applied for a licence to clone human embryos to find a cure for motor neurone disease. If granted, Wilmut's team at Edinburgh's Roslin Institute would clone cells from MND patients to see how the illness develops in an embryo. REUTERS/Matt Dunham MD/ASA/WS 
DOLLY
RTXLW5O 
April 09, 2003 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned fro..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from an adult cell - faces her as she goes on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, April 9 ,2003. Dolly, who born on July 5 1996 after her creation by the Roslin Institute research centre, died in February 2003 after the decision was taken to "euthanase" her when it was discovered she had a progressive lung disease. She has now been preserved for public display at the Museum. 
DOLLY
RTXLW5N 
April 09, 2003 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned fro..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from an adult cell - stands next to her as she goes on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, April 9 ,2003. Dolly, who born on July 5 1996 after her creation by the Roslin Institute research centre, died in February 2003 after the decision was taken to "euthanase" her when it was discovered she had a progressive lung disease. She has now been preserved for public display at the Museum. 
CLONING
RTRLMS6 
April 09, 2003 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from... 
Edinburgh, UK 
DR IAN WILMUT FACES DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH.... 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from an adult cell - faces her as she goes on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, April 9,2003. Dolly, who born on July 5 1996 after her creation by the Roslin Institute research centre, died in February 2003 after the decision was taken to 'euthanase' her when it was discovered she had a progressive lung disease. She has now been preserved for public display at the Museum. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell JJM 
BRITAIN
RTRLLY3 
April 09, 2003 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND... 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH. 
BRITAIN
RTRLLX2 
April 09, 2003 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND... 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH. 
BRITAIN
RTRLLV3 
April 09, 2003 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND... 
DR IAN WILMUT STANDS NEXT TO DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH. 
BRITAIN
RTRLLRF 
April 09, 2003 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom of Great Britain 
DR IAN WILMUT FACES DOLLY THE SHEEP AS SHE GOES ON DISPLAY AT THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND IN EDINBURGH.... 
Dr Ian Wilmut, leader of the team that created Dolly the sheep - the world's first mammal cloned from an adult cell - faces her as she goes on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh, April 9,2003. Dolly, who born on July 5 1996 after her creation by the Roslin Institute research centre, died in February 2003 after the decision was taken to "euthanase" her when it was discovered she had a progressive lung disease. She has now been preserved for public display at the Museum. PP03040025 ODLY Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell JJM/ASA/AA 
HONGKONG
RTRBY0A 
October 11, 2002 
A student points at a sculpture entitled "Clonequins" created by Hong
Kong artist Francis Wong at an... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
A STUDENT POINTS AT A SCULPTURE IN HONG KONG. 
A student points at a sculpture entitled "Clonequins" created by Hong
Kong artist Francis Wong at an exhibition in Hong Kong October 11,
2002. The art work critics the world's first clone of an adult animal,
Dolly the sheep, according to his creator Dr Ian Wilmut. REUTERS/Kin
Cheung

KC/CP 
WILMUT
RTXKZE2 
January 04, 2002 
Dr Ian Wilmut, the creator of the world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, talks to journalist... 
Edinburgh, UK 
Dr Ian Wilmut, the creator of the world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, talks to ..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut, the creator of the world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, talks to journalist during a photocall at the Roslin Institue in Edinburgh January 4, 2002. Dolly created by Wilmut and his team of genetic scientists at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh in 1996 has arthritis in her left hind leg at the hip and the knee. 
SCIENCE BRITAIN DOLLY
RTR3LP 
January 04, 2002 
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, bleats at
photographers during a photocall... 
Edinburgh, UK 
DOLLY THE SHEEP BLEATS DURING A PHOTO CALL AT THE ROSLIN INSTITUTE IN
EDINBURGH. 
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, bleats at
photographers during a photocall at the Roslin Institue in Edinburgh
January 4, 2002. Dolly created by Dr Ian Wilmut and his team of genetic
scientists at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh in 1996 has arthritis
in her left hind leg at the hip and the knee. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/PS 
SCIENCE BRITAIN DOLLY
RTR3HT 
January 04, 2002 
Dr Ian Wilmut, the creator of the world's first clone of an adult
animal, Dolly the sheep, talks to... 
Edinburgh, UK 
DR IAN WILMUT TALKS TO JOURNALISTS FOLLOWING A PHOTO CALL AT THE ROSLIN
INSTITUTE IN EDINBURGH. 
Dr Ian Wilmut, the creator of the world's first clone of an adult
animal, Dolly the sheep, talks to journalist during a photocall at the
Roslin Institue in Edinburgh January 4, 2002. Dolly created by Wilmut
and his team of genetic scientists at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh
in 1996 has arthritis in her left hind leg at the hip and the knee.
REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell

JJM/PS 
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFRZ 
August 07, 2001 
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (R) makes a point... 
Washington, United States of America 
SEVERINO ANTINORI ATTENDS HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN WASHINGTON WITH
PANAYIOTIS ZAVOS. 
Director of the International Associated Research Institute in Italy
Severino Antinori (R) makes a point to Director of the Roslin Institute
in Scotland and first person to clone a mammal (a lamb named "Dolly")
Dr. Ian Wilmut during a panel discussion on human cloning at the
National Academy of Science in Washington, August 7, 2001. The panel
entitled "Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human Cloning" brought
together medical cloning specialists from around the world.

LSD 
MEDICINE CLONING
RTRLFNW 
August 07, 2001 
Director of the Roslin Institute in Scotland and first person to clone
a mammal (a lamb named "Dolly")... 
Washington, United States of America 
IAN WILMUT AT SCIENTIFIC AND MEDICAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN CLONING PANEL IN
WASHINGTON. 
Director of the Roslin Institute in Scotland and first person to clone
a mammal (a lamb named "Dolly") Dr. Ian Wilmut listens to Research
Director of PPL Therapeutics Alan Colman during a panel discussion on
human cloning at the National Academy of Science in Washington, August
7, 2001. The panel entitled "Scientific and Medical Aspects of Human
Cloning" brought together medical cloning specialists from around the
world.

LSD/ME 
BRITAIN
RTRBPQX 
December 06, 2000 
Dr Helen Sang (R) sits with Professor Ian Wilmut at a news conference in Edinburgh Castle December 6,... 
Roslin, UK 
DR HELEN SANG WITH PROFESSOR IAN WILMUT AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN EDINBURGH. 
Dr Helen Sang (R) sits with Professor Ian Wilmut at a news conference in Edinburgh Castle December 6, 2000.

DCS/WS 
GERMANY
RTXJDCX 
December 10, 1999 
Activists of the environmental group Greenpeace, dressed with sheep masks, walk to the European Institute... 
Munich, Germany - FDR 
Activists of the environmental group Greenpeace, dressed with sheep masks, walk to the European Inst..... 
Activists of the environmental group Greenpeace, dressed with sheep masks, walk to the European Institute for Patents in Munich to show their protest against patents on animal life December 10. The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, was produced by genetic scientists by a Scottish company in July 1996. [Dr Ian Wilmut and his team took one cell from a sheep's udder from which they created a viable embryo, which in turn was successfully implanted in a surrogate mother and brought to full term. ]
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GERMANY
RTXJDCW 
December 10, 1999 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks, stand in front of the European Institute... 
Munich, Germany - FDR 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks, stand in front of the European I..... 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks, stand in front of the European Institute for Patents in Munich in protest against patents on human-animal life, December 10. The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, was produced by genetic scientists from a Scottish company in July 1996. [Dr Ian Wilmut and his team took one cell from a sheep's udder from which they created a viable embryo, which in turn was successfully implanted in a surrogate mother and brought to full term. ]
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GERMANY
RTRT6C3 
December 10, 1999 
Activists of the environmental group Greenpeace, dressed with sheep masks, walk to the European Institute... 
Munich, Germany - FDR 
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS PROTEST AGAINST PATENTS ON LIFE IN MUNICH. 
Activists of the environmental group Greenpeace, dressed with sheep masks, walk to the European Institute for Patents in Munich to show their protest against patents on animal life December 10. The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, was produced by genetic scientists by a Scottish company in July 1996. Dr Ian Wilmut and his team took one cell from a sheep's udder from which they created a viable embryo, which in turn was successfully implanted in a surrogate mother and brought to full term.

MAD 
GERMANY
RTRT6BM 
December 10, 1999 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks stand in front of the European Institute... 
Munich, Germany - FDR 
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS PROTESTS AGAINST PATENTS ON LIFE IN MUNICH. 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks stand in front of the European Institute for Patents in Munich with a banner reading "Patents on human-animal life, cloning, manipulate, make cash" to show their protest against patents on human animal life, December 10. The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, was produced by genetic scientists from a Scottish company in July 1996. Dr Ian Wilmut and his team took one cell from a sheep's udder from which they created a viable embryo, which in turn was successfully implanted in a surrogate mother and brought to full term.

MAD/AA/AA 
GERMANY
RTRT6BA 
December 10, 1999 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks, stand in front of the European Institute... 
Munich, Germany - FDR 
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS PROTESTS AGAINST PATENTS ON HUMAN-ANIMAL LIFE IN MUNICH. 
Activists from environmental group Greenpeace, wearing sheep masks, stand in front of the European Institute for Patents in Munich in protest against patents on human-animal life, December 10. The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, was produced by genetic scientists from a Scottish company in July 1996. Dr Ian Wilmut and his team took one cell from a sheep's udder from which they created a viable embryo, which in turn was successfully implanted in a surrogate mother and brought to full term.

MAD/AA 
CLONING
RTXHFZI 
June 25, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut (L) discusses the human side of cloning at a June 25 press conference at the American... 
Dr. Ian Wilmut (L) discusses the human side of cloning at a June 25 press conference at the American..... 
Dr. Ian Wilmut (L) discusses the human side of cloning at a June 25 press conference at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Wilmut stated that he has been approached by two families seeking to use the technique that produced Dolly the cloned sheep. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, (R), associate professor of medical ethics at the Harvard Medical School, listens. 
RTR4SD6 
June 25, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut (L) discusses the human side of cloning at a June 25 press conference at the American... 
UNITED STATES 
CLONING DOCTOR IAN WILMUT PRESS CONFERENCE 
Dr. Ian Wilmut (L) discusses the human side of cloning at a June 25 press conference at the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Wilmut stated that he has been approached by two families seeking to use the technique that produced Dolly the cloned sheep. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, (R), associate professor of medical ethics at the Harvard Medical School, listens.

CLONING 
WILMUT
RTXHMPG 
March 12, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies about the issue before the U.S.... 
Washington, USA 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies about the issue before the U.S...... 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies about the issue before the U.S. Senate Public Health and Safety Subcommittee on March 12. Wilmut told reporters before the hearing started that he had not heard of any morally acceptable reason to clone a human being, but he cautioned against a ban that would be so broadly worded it could rule out related research to treat or prevent human disease. 
WILMUT
RTXHMPF 
March 12, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepares... 
Washington, USA 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepare..... 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepares to testify about the issue before the U.S. Senate. Wilmut said he had not heard of any morally acceptable reason to clone a human being, but he cautioned against a ban that would be so broadly worded it could rule out related research to treat or prevent human disease. 
RTR2E8J 
March 12, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies about the issue before the U.S.... 
multiple countries 
SCOTTISH SCIENTIST WILMUT TESTIFIES BEFORE SENATE 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies about the issue before the U.S. Senate Public Health and Safety Subcommittee on March 12. Wilmut told reporters before the hearing started that he had not heard of any morally acceptable reason to clone a human being, but he cautioned against a ban that would be so broadly worded it could rule out related research to treat or prevent human disease.

SCIENCE CLONING 
RTR2E80 
March 12, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, (L) the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies before the U.S. Senate Public... 
UNITED STATES 
DR IAN WILMUT TESTIFIES ON CLONING 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, (L) the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, testifies before the U.S. Senate Public Health and Safety Subcommittee March 12, while Dr. Harold Varmus, Director of the National Institutes of Health, listens. Wilmut told reporters before the hearing started that he had not heard of any morally acceptable reason to clone a human being, but he cautioned against a ban that would be so broadly worded it could rule out related research to treat or prevent human disease.

SCIENCE CLONING 
RTR2E7D 
March 12, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, (L) the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepares... 
UNITED STATES 
DR IAN WILMUT, SCOTTISH SCIENTIST WHO CLONED A SHEEP 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, (L) the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepares to testify about the issue before the U.S. Senate, while Sen. Bill Frist, the Tennessee Republican chairing the hearing, listens. Wilmut said he had not heard of any morally acceptable reason to clone a human being, but he cautioned against a ban that would be so broadly worded it could rule out related research to treat or prevent human disease.

SCIENCE CLONING 
RTR2E6Z 
March 12, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepares... 
multiple countries 
SCOTTISH SCIENTIST WILMUT SPEAKS ON CLONING 
Dr. Ian Wilmut, the Scottish scientist who cloned a sheep, talks to reporters March 12 as he prepares to testify about the issue before the U.S. Senate. Wilmut said he had not heard of any morally acceptable reason to clone a human being, but he cautioned against a ban that would be so broadly worded it could rule out related research to treat or prevent human disease.

SCIENCE CLONING 
RTR23V5 
March 01, 1997 
FILE PHOTO 25FEB97 - Dr Ian Wilmut, leading scientist at the Roslin, institute answers questions from... 
United Kingdom 
FILE PHOTO OF DR IAN WILMUT SPEAKING TO THE MEDIA ON SHEEP CLONING 
FILE PHOTO 25FEB97 - Dr Ian Wilmut, leading scientist at the Roslin, institute answers questions from the press on Dolly the worlds first cloned lamb, February 25 . Britain's Agriculture Ministry is to stop funding the cloning project it was reported March 1.

SCIENCE CLONES 
WILMUT
RTXHNQQ 
February 25, 1997 
Dr. Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute answers questions from the world's press on... 
Dr. Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute answers questions from the world's press on..... 
Dr. Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute answers questions from the world's press on Dolly, the world's first cloned lamb, February 25. Dr Wilmut was keen to play down the prospect of human cloning. 
WILMUT
RTXHNQP 
February 25, 1997 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute awnsers questions from the press on Dolly the... 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute awnsers questions from the press on Dolly th..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute awnsers questions from the press on Dolly the worlds first cloned lamb, February 25. Dr Wilmut was keen to play down the prospect of human cloning. 
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February 25, 1997 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute examines a test tube containing sheep's eggs,... 
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Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute examines a test tube containing sheep's eggs..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute examines a test tube containing sheep's eggs, February 25 . Dr Wilmut was anwsering questions from the world's media on the institutes ground breaking discovery, Dolly the worlds first cloned sheep. 
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February 25, 1997 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute examines a test tube containing sheep's eggs,... 
Roslin, UK 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute examines a test tube containing sheep's eggs..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute examines a test tube containing sheep's eggs, February 25 . Dr Wilmut was answering questions from the world's media on the institutes ground breaking discovery, Dolly the worlds first cloned sheep. 
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February 25, 1997 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute answers questions from the world's media on the... 
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Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute answers questions from the world's media on ..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut leading scientist at the Roslin institute answers questions from the world's media on the institutes ground breaking discovery, Dolly the worlds first cloned sheep from a test tube containing sheep eggs, February 25. 
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February 25, 1997 
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, stands in her pen at the Roslin Institute... 
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The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, stands in her pen at the Roslin Institu..... 
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, stands in her pen at the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh, February 23. Dr Ian Wilmut and his team of genetic scientists took one cell from a sheep's udder from which they created a viable embryo, which in turn was successfully implanted in a surrogate mother and brought to full term. 
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March 07, 1996 
Dr Ian Wilmut, a researcher at the Roslin Institute holds a photograph of Morag and Megan, the worlds... 
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Dr Ian Wilmut, a researcher at the Roslin Institute holds a photograph of Morag and Megan, the world..... 
Dr Ian Wilmut, a researcher at the Roslin Institute holds a photograph of Morag and Megan, the worlds first sheep to be cloned using a revolutionary new technique March 7. They were created by a technique known as nuclear transfer from cultured cells 
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