The mammal copiers advances in cloning
Make a clone of your favourite dog an interactive activity in which students work through the process of cloning a dog, making choices about an egg source and a surrogate mother.
Cloning an animal that is extinct students work through the key steps in cloning a thylacine.
Should we clone extinct species? students find out more about cloning extinct species, then present advantages and disadvantages.
Who or what would you clone? students consider ethical, economic and social issues associated with cloning.
Bioscience for society (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, UK)
Access Excellence, USA
Unravelling the code of life a historical perspective of the genetic revolution
Genetic Science Learning Center (University of Utah, USA)
Cloning a number of activities can be accessed from this page. For example, 'Click and clone' is an interactive cloning simulation that enables students to go through the steps required to clone a mouse.
New York Times Learning Network (USA)
Replicating controversy students explore the human cloning debate.
Australian National Botanic Gardens
Page updated November 2009.