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While the rest of the world sorts out its feelings about the safety and ethics of cloning animals for food production, China is charging ahead and building the world’s largest animal cloning factory, set to begin operations in 2016.
Firefighters are on the scene and no casualties have been reported after a blast at a chemical plant in the Chinese province of Zhejiang.
Chinese state media posted a photo of a fireball from a blast that occurred Monday night in an industrial area about 250 miles southeast of Beijing.
May Nyman held an AMA to help filter through what we know so far.
Just 10 days after the deadly blast in Tianjin, a chemical plant about 250 miles south of Beijing went up in flames, injuring at least nine people and killing one worker.
Thousands of dead fish have also washed up on the banks of a river near the blast site. Authorities say sodium cyanide levels in the water around the site have nothing to do with it.
Four days after the massive chemical explosion, the Chinese government has moved to control the flow of information about the disaster.
The death toll from the massive explosion that rocked the Chinese port city on Wednesday has climbed to 104, with at least 720 others reported injured.
The Tianhe-1A was just kilometers from the epicenter of the blast.
The blasts left at least 70 dead and 500 wounded, and Chinese officials are looking into whether this tragedy was a result of poor safety regulations or practices.
Mystery still surrounds the circumstances of the huge blasts in the Chinese port city of Tianjin on Wednesday. Today, however, the death toll rose to at least 44, while hundreds were injured.