Home » Studying Sea Life for a Glue That Mends People (4/12/10) Adhesives & Sealants Headlines Studying Sea Life for a Glue That Mends People (4/12/10) April 12, 2010 Reprints No Comments The New York Times reports researchers at the University of Utah are using sea creatures to develop adhesives that work in wet conditions. For more information, click here. Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to Adhesives & Sealants Industry Magazine. Related Articles Sea Worm Glue Could Repair Shattered Bones (8/20/09) A Super Glue's Super Results (10/28/10) FDA Approves New Surgery Glue (12/10/11) Mussel Glue Inspires Fetal Sealant (1/22/10) Related Products Adhesives Technology Handbook, 2nd Edition Adhesives Technology for Electronic Applications Handbook of Adhesives and Surface Preparation Optimizing Social Media from a B2B Perspective Related Events Spray Polyurethane Foam Case Study: On-site MDI Monitoring Mfg4 2018 The 4th Lightweight Vehicle Manufacturing Summit 2017 The Southern Society for Coatings Technology Annual Meeting and Technical Conference Related Directories Roo Glue Super Glue Corp. Adhesive Systems Inc. Capital Adhesives You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.