Frederick Sanger, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1958 for determining the structure of insulin, and again in 1980 for his work on sequencing DNA, has died at age 95.
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While one researcher says cloning the mammoth may be decades away, if successful, it may lead to a theme park of species that would no longer be extinct.
DNA Sequencing is being used by researchers in California to survey fish and marine life as part of a conservation effort.
This week in Nature: Researchers describe the adaptation of organisms to environmental changes, while another study provides new insights into pig domestication.