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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.

Photo by Jørgen Håland on Unsplash

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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