Tracking Cells

This article was originally written and submitted as part of a Canada 150 Project, the Innovation Storybook, to crowdsource stories of Canadian innovation with partners across Canada. The content has since been migrated to Ingenium’s Channel, a digital hub featuring curated content related to science, technology and innovation.

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Tracking Cells

A team led by Paula Foster at Western University’s Robarts Research Institute demonstrated for the first time in 2006 that MRI can be used to detect a single cell in a living animal, allowing scientists to track cellular movement and disease.

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