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20.09.2016

Rainbow Research: A New Field Of Study For the Sciences

For millennia, humans around the world have been inspired and fascinated by rainbows. Today, even hard-core scientists are shouting with joy whenever they spy a rainbow in the sky. Instead of taking selfies, however, most of these scientists are breaking out their remote sensors to gain a deeper... Read more


19.09.2016

New Drug Dispensing Contact Lenses Can Help Glaucoma Patients Reduce Eye Pressure

The days of prescribing daily eye drops for glaucoma patients may be coming to an end. A recent study carried out at Harvard Medical School has found that contact lenses with drug-dispensing capabilities are just as effective as... Read more


16.09.2016

A New Test Out Of London Could Revolutionize Parkinson's Disease Diagnosis and Treatment

Parkinson's disease is one of the most debilitating long-term illnesses known to man. Unfortunately, most people do not realize they have this disease until the more serious symptoms occur. Some of these symptoms include muscle stiffness, shaking hands, balance problems, and impaired speech. A... Read more


13.09.2016

People with Diabetes Can Reduce the Risk of Eye Problems by Staying Active

New research, published online in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology suggests that patients with diabetes who remain active may have lower risk for developing diabetic retinopathy, a vision-robbing eye condition.

While no direct cause-and-effect relationship has been established between the... Read more


12.09.2016

New Glasses Help Protect Our Eyes from Computer Screen Glare

For thousands of years, philosophers and theologians have seen something of the sacred in the human eye. Unfortunately, the one thing most detrimental for our divine human eyes is also the one thing most of us need our eyes for to make a living today. Of course, we are talking about computer... Read more


09.09.2016

Fish disappears to trick animals with supervision

Herrings, sardines, mackerel and tuna are fish with silvery scales that reflect the light in shallow oceanic water. For many years, scientists have wondered how their predators, such as octopus and squid, could find them. It is known that octopi, squid and other sea creatures such as shrimp have... Read more


07.09.2016

Eye exams are the future of Alzheimer's Detection

Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible and progressive disease of the brain. For many Alzheimer's disease patients, the disease is not diagnosed until the person's memories and cognition have significantly deteriorated. Researcher Melanie Campbell from the University of Waterloo has discovered... Read more


06.09.2016

Eye Cancer More Likely in People with Blue Eyes and Fair Skin

While eye cancer is very rare in the UK, people with blue eyes and fair skin are more likely to develop it. A new medical research study conducted by the Ohio State University in partnership with the NYU School of Medicine has found that eye cancer is more likely to develop in people who have... Read more


30.08.2016

Using Cell Phone Cameras as Eye Tracking Devices

New research from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the University of Georgia has developed software that can turn any smartphone into an eye-tracking device.

Eye tracking has been used for more than four decades to determine where people are directing... Read more


29.08.2016

US Food and Drug Administration Voices Concerns over New Eye Drops

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International has developed a new eye drop that is intended to be used as a treatment for glaucoma. However there are concerns at the United States Food and Drug Administration over how the eye drops are being manufactured.

The Current Good Manufacturing Practice... Read more


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