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Gruesome eyeball wounds patched up with squirt of smart glue

December 6, 2017, 11:00 am by New Scientist Health News

On the battlefield, it may not be possible to stitch up eyeball injuries. A glue that responds to body temperature can plug up wounds until help is available

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