Check out these YouTube Videos. Each video provides background information as well as examples and perspectives on each research topic.
SciShow Talk Show -
GMO A Go Go - NaturalNews.com
The Eyes of Nye - Cloning
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Genetics Research Resource List
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the Open Internet
Before you Google it,...
check out these recommended links:
Harvest of Fear
Nova/Frontline exploration of GMOs and helpful links to internet sites that explore the pros and cons of GMOs
GMOs Pros and Cons
7 other GMO Infographics
Visual resources that present the perspectives and data related to the GMO debate
Genetics Home Reference
consumer-friendly information about the effects of genetic variations on human health.
Why we will need GMOs
Pro GMO from MIT Technology Review
A Quest for Facts on GMOs
A case study of separating fact from fiction in the GMO debate
a quick glance at the basics
Problems with Selective Breeding in Dogs
Selective Breeding in the Chicken Industry
reports on selective breeding
What is Cloning?
a great overview with
graphics and videos
National Human Genome Research Institute
a fact sheet on cloning with illustrations and includes a talking glossary of genetic terms.
First Success in Cloning Human Stem Cells
an article that highlights the successes of cloning human stem cells 17 years after the cloning of Dolly the sheep