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|Wednesday, July 07, 2010|
Researchers at Oregon State University, led by wood science professor Kaichang Li, have invented a new adhesive that they say is as effective as current ones used in stamps and tapes.
The environmentally friendly adhesive costs half as much to make and is free of petroleum-based solvents and chemicals.
Read the full story at The Register-Guard.
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