How cephalopod cells could take us one step closer to invisibility – USA DAILY NEWS

How cephalopod cells could take us one step closer to invisibility

Watching the mesmerising patterns of squids, octopuses and cuttlefish has been the catalyst for much of Dr Alon Gorodetsky’s recent work, including his attempts to mimic their ability to become transparent. Nicola Davis talks to him about a recent paper where he engineered mammalian cells to share these optic properties – paving the way for exciting potential applications



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