The robotic technique has a higher success rate than manual cloning. Photo: Shutterstock
The robotic technique has a higher success rate than manual cloning. Photo: Shutterstock
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Chinese scientists produce world’s first pigs cloned entirely by robot

  • The team at Nankai University in Tianjin says that removing humans from the time-consuming and complicated process has helped improve the success rate
  • The technique could benefit Chinese agriculture and consumers and help reduce the country’s dependence on imported breeding stock

The robotic technique has a higher success rate than manual cloning. Photo: Shutterstock
The robotic technique has a higher success rate than manual cloning. Photo: Shutterstock
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