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Here’s Why Cloning Yourself Isn’t So Weird, After All

It’s not just sci-fi: plants do it, starfish do it and even those pesky aphids are doing it.

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What would do if you could clone yourself, easily and simply, right in the comfort of your very own home, or the garden, or you know, wherever?




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Rosie Alderson, PhD

Rosie Alderson, PhD

(Hungry) Science Nerd: educator, writer and general foodie.

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