Surgical super glue may revolutionize post-op recovery
Boston Magazine - 10/05/2017
When Northeastern University’s Nasim Annabi has a great idea, she sticks with it.
Annabi, an assistant professor of chemical engineering at Northeastern, created a powerful, sprayable surgical glue that could someday not only replace unwieldy sutures and staples, but also help damaged organs heal. “This isn’t just a sealant, it actually helps with tissue regeneration,” Annabi told News @ Northeastern.