1001 ASPECTS OF BEING

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FRANKFURT/MAIN, Germany:  Demonstrators wearing sheep masks demonstrate 14 March 2005 in front of the Pauls Church in Frankfurt/Main, where British scientist Ian Wilmut from the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh is awarded the "Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstaedter - Prize" for advances in science. Wilmut is the scientist who created Dolly the sheep (R), the world's first cloned mammal in 1996. Britain 07 February 2005 granted Wilmut a licence to clone human embryos for medical research, triggering an outcry among opposition groups. Wilmut, dismissing fears that his work would lead to reproductive cloning, said the licence would allow him and his team to study the fatal motor neuron disease (MND).  AFP PHOTO   DDP/MARTIN OESER   GERMANY OUT  (Photo credit should read MARTIN OESER/AFP/Getty Images)
FRANKFURT/MAIN, Germany: Demonstrators wearing sheep masks demonstrate 14 March 2005 in front of the Pauls Church in Frankfurt/Main, where British scientist Ian Wilmut from the Roslin Institute in Edinburgh is awarded the “Paul Ehrlich and Ludwig Darmstaedter – Prize” for advances in science. Wilmut is the scientist who created Dolly the sheep (R), the world’s first cloned mammal in 1996. Britain 07 February 2005 granted Wilmut a licence to clone human embryos for medical research, triggering an outcry among opposition groups. Wilmut, dismissing fears that his work would lead to reproductive cloning, said the licence would allow him and his team to study the fatal motor neuron disease (MND). AFP PHOTO DDP/MARTIN OESER GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read MARTIN OESER/AFP/Getty Images)

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