Glue is the latest product to turn "green." Previous adhesives have been known to give off cancererous resins like phenolformaldehyde and ureaformaldehyde. The new adhesive is made from a soy-based chemical and is stronger than most adhesives on the market. The research from Oregon State was derived from water-resistant proteins used by mussels to cling to rocks and avoid being pushed out to sea. The new adhesive could reduce the omission of harmful air pollutants coming from glue by up to 90 percent.
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