Meat and milk from healthy cattle and pig clones are probably safe for human consumption, the European Union's (EU's) food safety watchdog said, although it said some data on cloned farmed animals remained sketchy.
“Food products obtained from healthy cattle and pig clones...are within the normal range with respect to the composition and nutritional value of similar products obtained from conventionally bred animals,” the European Food Safety Authority (Efsa)
When it comes to celebrating all things automotive, nobody does it bigger and brasher than Motown.
Starting on Sunday, the world’s major automakers will compete to capture the attention of more than 6,000 journalists, about a third of whom will fly to Detroit, Michigan from outside the United States.
“Detroit is still THE show,” said John Wolkonowicz, an analyst with Global Insight.
“There’s more of the latest and greatest than
Shuttle Discovery astronauts checked the orbiter's wings and nose for damage on Wednesday using lasers and a camera atop its robotic arm, a day ahead of its rendezvous with the International Space Station.
At first glance, the shuttle does not appear to have suffered any major damage to its heat shield, which protects its from scorching temperatures during its return to Earth, said shuttle flight director Rick Labrode.
“Nobody has seen anything
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