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Nature's Strongest Glue? -- Science in Motion


A lively, informal look at the amazing "superglue" produced by aquatic bacteria, discovered by scientists at Brown University and Indiana University in Bloomington. This video is from NSF's "Science in Motion" series -- lighthearted video reports about news from NSF Research. View them all.

Credit: National Science Foundation; Yves V. Brun, Indiana University; Library of Congress, LC-USZ62-135888

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