Researchers take a lesson from sticky sea life

04/13/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A few researchers around the country are studying sea life in an effort to create better waterproof adhesives. At the University of Utah, Russell Stewart is studying sandcastle worms; other projects include monitoring mussels and barnacles, all with an eye on making a glue that works in the wet environs of the human body.

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