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Conformal embedding

I can't seem to find any work on the following question: Can every (closed, of finite type) Riemann surface $S$ be realized as an embedded (or even immersed) smooth surface in Euclidean $3$-space, where by realized, I mean that the induced conformal structure on $T \subset \mathbb{E}^3$ is the conformal structure on $S?$ The answer is obviously yes when $S$ is of genus $0,$ but that's where the obvious statements end -- I don't know the answer for $g=1.$