‘We Won’t Make Frankensteins,’ Cloning Giant Boyalife’s CEO Says

December 28, 2015

(NBC News) – The head of a Chinese firm that is building the world’s biggest animal cloning factory has vowed not to use the technology on people — for now, at least. Biotech company Boyalife Group’s $30 million facility in the coastal city of Tianjin will produce embryos of cattle as well as racehorses and contraband-sniffing dogs when it becomes operational next year.

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