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EVANSTON – Researchers at Northwestern University and San Diego State University have leveraged state-of-the-art technologies to discover how black widow spiders create silk fibres within their glands.

It is said that this information could aid industry in the manufacture of future synthetic alternatives which could find use in military and medical apparel, as well as building materials for cable bridges and other construction projects.

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