Scientists are tweaking human reproductive techniques like IVF and surrogacy in a Northern Colorado bison herd to preserve its stellar genetics and eliminate the danger of a deadly disease. Boulder composer Carter Pann was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for a whirling, rhythmic piece written for saxophone.
Colorado State University
Surrogate motherhood and in vitro fertilization aim to increase the number of bison with a special genetic make-up, and make sure they're disease-free.
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