Flora and Fauna | Science

Why A Hoosier State Scientist Is Stuck On Oysters

NPR | March 30, 2013 9:53 a.m.

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Joe Palca

How do oysters attach themselves to rocks? They need a glue, but a glue that can set in a watery environment. In this installment of “Joe’s Big Idea,” NPR’s Joe Palca reports that glue could lead to medical advances.

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