Sandcastle worms are the key to finding a glue that can replace pins and screws for repairing broken bones by working in a wet environment. Look for surgical adhesives to replace metal fasteners over the next five years. R.C.J.
Traditional methods of using pins and screws to mend broken bones is as outdated as those bolts protruding from the neck of Frankenstein's monster. The smarter way to mend bones is to mimic the natural glues used by sea creatures because they are stronger than Superglue, but also work in the wet environment inside the body.