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Saving Endangered Species W/ Biotech

Guests: JOSHUA GINSBERG Director for Asia Programs Wildlife Conservation Society (based at Bronx Zoo) New York, New York BETSY DRESSER Director, Center for Research of Endangered Species Senior Vice President of Research Audubon Nature Institute New Orleans, Louisiana STEPHEN O'BRIEN Chief, Laboratory of Genomic Diversity Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center National Cancer Insitute, National Institutes of Health Frederick, Maryland As the list of endangered species in the world grows ever longer, scientists are looking to biotechnology to help save these animals from extinction. In this hour, we'll take a look at the latest in high-tech conservation. From wildlife forensics to genetic mapping, and even cloning, can science help save species?

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