Cancer cells: Shape shifters and sleek movers
Using advanced technology, scientists have been able to demonstrate how cancer cells change shapes and moving styles in order to migrate from one area of the human body to the other and invade healthy tissues.
The work was done by the cell biophysics group at Oregon State University. Bo Sun, the PI of the group is a physics professor who is interested in understanding living systems through the lens of physics. Chris Eddy, the lead author of the work, is a postdoc researcher who is particularly interested in utilising artificial intelligence to decode the rules of life.