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13.03.2017

MIT Researchers Develop Incredibly Strong Contact Lenses

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) believe they've just invented the first ... Read more


09.03.2017

Eye Company Second Sight Reaches Reimbursement Deal With Germany

The American company Second Sight Medical Products just won a huge reimbursement deal with the German Institute for the Hospital Remuneration System . Germany's decision, announced to the... Read more


01.03.2017

AdaptDX: The Future Of AMD Screening?

A brand new machine designed to detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is being used to great effect. This machine has been so effective at detecting early AMD that one enthusiastic eye doctor in Wilmington, North Carolina, hopes it will be used in all annual eye screenings in the near... Read more


24.02.2017

Oxford Researchers Develop New Device For Blepharospasm Patients

Patients suffering from the blinking disorder blepharospasm may soon have a new treatment option available to them. Scientists are now working on a small device designed to soothe the patient's painful automatic over-blinking. Best of all, this tiny device can be comfortably worn right on a... Read more


21.02.2017

One Japanese Ophthalmologist Is Working To Defeat Retinal Degeneration

As we age, most of us develop symptoms of retinal degeneration. Unfortunately, if we don't catch this disease early enough, it could lead to permanent blindness.

However, new research coming out of Japan offers hope for those in the later stages of retinal degeneration. These Japanese... Read more


21.02.2017

New Vacuum Device May Help Astronauts Combat Eye Issues

Scientists are hopeful that a new vacuum device can simulate the experience of earth-bound gravity for astronauts in outer space. If this device proves successful, many of the eye problems astronauts develop in... Read more


20.02.2017

New Study Proves Eye Surgery Can Restore Vision To People Who Have Sustained Brain Injuries

A new study shows that vision can be restored to people who have suffered serious brain accidents and subsequent hemorrhaging in the eyes. Perhaps the most astonishing finding from this study is the fact that this surgery can be performed months after the patient's accident and s/he will still... Read more


17.02.2017

New Stem Cell Study Shows Potential for Curing Retinal Degeneration

Japanese researchers believe they've discovered an effective way to restore vision to people suffering from late-stage retinal degeneration. Although this stem cell technique hasn't been used on humans yet, the results from mice trials are very promising.

This study took place at the Read more


14.02.2017

New Digital Photography May Help Enhance Glaucoma Screenings

A brand new digital photographic technique could help doctors better predict eye diseases. In particular, this new type of medical photography could help with glaucoma screenings.

This new study comes out of the University of Rochester Medical Center and Pitt University. The research teams... Read more


13.02.2017

Microsoft Shares AI Software With A Powerful Indian Eye Care Institute

Microsoft is using its latest innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to help ophthalmologists diagnose and treat millions of eye patients in the Republic of India. Although the tech giant admits that its new tech is no replacement for visiting an eye doctor, Microsoft... Read more


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