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Scratchy Scalps Help Glue Together Pieces of an Ancient Past
Scientists find human DNA preserved in lice cement from the heads of South American mummies.
ABOVE: UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE SAN JUAN
Scratchy Scalps Help Glue Together Pieces of an Ancient Past
Scratchy Scalps Help Glue Together Pieces of an Ancient Past

Scientists find human DNA preserved in lice cement from the heads of South American mummies.

Scientists find human DNA preserved in lice cement from the heads of South American mummies.

ABOVE: UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE SAN JUAN

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Image of the Day: Sticky Situation
The Scientist Staff | Aug 1, 2017
Inspired by the land slug Arion subfuscus’s sticky, durable slime, researchers created a tough yet bendy biocompatible glue that can adhere to moist surfaces, including a beating pig heart.