Researchers are hacking the human body in Colorado labs, from alcohol-sensing bracelets to color-changing diagnostic tattoos

Outlet: Denver Post

Denver Post: One of the difficulties doctors face is that most infections are discovered after it’s too late, said Vivian Li, an assistant professor in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Colorado State University. She’s trying to change that. Li is developing nanofibers — a fiber with a diameter of 100 nanometers or less — that change color when exposed to an infection.