Ian Wilmot Human Genome Project Scientist

In 1973, after getting his doctorate, Wilmut shaped the first calf ("Frosty") born from a cold embryo that had been entrenched into a surrogate mother. The motivation for such an experiment was to crop cows that give the best meat and milk by implant their embryos into other females. The standard cow can birth five to ten calves throughout their lifespan. With the aptitude to transfer embryos, cattle breeders could increase the excellence of their animal stock.

Name = Ian Wilmot

Born = Born in Hampton Lucey, England,

achivements = First calf ever produced from a frozen embryo.