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Ars on your lunch break, part three: Woolly mammoths and synthetic meat

7 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Mmmmmm, synthetic meat... (credit: Photo illustration by Aurich Lawson)
Today we present the third and final installment of my interview with George Church, whose Harvard lab is one of the most celebrated fountains of innovation in the world of life science. Please check out part one and part two if you missed them. The article accompanying part one will also give you the lowdown on this experimental melding of Ars Technica's written pages with a long-form podcast series.
We start today's installment by discussing an audacious project to resurrect the wooly mammoth-or at least certain...
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