Tattoo treatment could boost stem cell research
July 7, 2016
Toronto Star | July 6, 2016
As if body art couldn’t get any more extreme, University of Toronto engineers have created a way to get inked at a cellular level. The new chemical mixture is being hailed as a tattoo for stem cells — a tracer “ink” that gives researchers the ability to monitor stem cells in unprecedented detail after they’ve been injected into the body. Read more.