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University of Idaho, Utah State University team first to clone equine

MOSCOW, Idaho A University of Idaho-Utah State University research team is the first worldwide to clone a member of the horse family, a mule, according to an article to be published in the journal Science. ...The research team includes Gordon Woods, UI professor of animal and veterinary science, Kenneth L. White, Utah State University professor of animal science, and Dirk Vanderwall, UI assistan...

U. of Idaho-Utah State team to display cloned mule

... ...MOSCOW, Idaho — A University of Idaho and Utah State University scientific team plans to announce a research finding of major importance to the livestock industry at a news conference planned May 29 at 10 a.m. at the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho....Further details are available to media representatives who register with the American Association for the Advancement of Science...

Energy department's Idaho lab teams with Russia to establish Ecological Biotrade facility

.The Department of Energy's (DOE) Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) and four Russian biological institutes today announced plans to work with Diversa Corporation to establish a Russian Ecological Biotrade Center to explore that country's biodiversity potential for developing important new commercial products.. .The effort is part of the Department of Energy's Initia...

Scientists Trace The Origin Of "Idaho Potatoes"

PASCO, Wash., June 18 -- Were those "Idaho Potatoes" really grown in the State.of Washington? How about those "Washington Apples"? or "Jersey Tomatoes"? . Financial incentives may drive some retailers to misidentify the geographic.origin of raw commodities and food products--a practice that hurts consumers and.growers alike. But now scientists at the University of Idaho, Moscow, say they.have...
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