Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have managed to print tiny 2cm patches of human skin that look like the real thing.
They are the first in the world to be able to match the colours found naturally on the human body - and researchers have told The Straits Times that they believe their breakthrough has the potential to change science and medicine.
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