Scientists discover China's oldest adhesive in the form of gelatin

A team of Chinese scientists has discovered a translucent yellow adhesive, gelatin in a tomb which is well known for its mummies preserved in ship-shaped coffins in Xinjiang, northwest China.

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Scientists have successfully developed suitable `bio-inks` for production of artificial tissues.

Gelatin from humans could spice up desserts

Gelatin derived from human beings could now spice up desserts and candies, replacing those of animal origin.

Gelatin from humans could spice up desserts

Gelatin derived from human beings could now spice up desserts and candies, replacing those of animal origin.