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According To Scientists, All Our Eyes Are Brown
Quick, what's your eye colour? If you answered anything other than "brown," then, scientifically speaking, you're wrong.
A Canadian Miner Develops A Revolutionary Technology For Early Blindness Detection
The Canadian company DIAGNOS is excited to announce its "computer assisted retinal analysis" (CARA) technology to the world.
A California Based Company Has Developed Contacts For Digital Eye Fatigue
We all know staring at the computer screen for too long is not good for our eyes. Unfortunately for our eyes, most of us are required to look at computer screens for our jobs.
Scientist Discover Why Astronauts Experience Blurred Vision When Returning To Earth
Scientists have always wondered why astronauts experience blurred vision when returning from a space mission. After years of conjecture, many scientists believe they have found the answer to why astronauts often have visual problems upon returning to earth's surface.
Samsung Owns Patent For Energy Efficient Smart Contacts
UK Researchers Discover Protein That Might Be Able To Destroy Cancer Cells In The Eyes
British researchers are celebrating revolutionary findings on how to effectively cure a rare form of eye cancer. These scientists believe the doctors of tomorrow will be able to use a protein naturally produced in the body to cause cancer cells in the eye to commit suicide before metastasis... Read more
Noted American Ophthalmologist Recommends Using Avenova For Contact Lens Intolerance
New Patent Released By Microsoft Shows Improvements For HoloLens
Japanese Researchers Prove We Can't Talk And Maintain Eye Contact
Japanese researchers have just proven that it's almost impossible to maintain eye contact with another person while struggling to find the "right word." They note that the part of the brain that deals with sustaining eye contact also deals heavily with linguistics. This makes it very difficult... Read more
Google's New AI System Shows Promise For Diagnosing Diabetic Retinopathy
Google is stunning the world yet again. Over the past few years this tech giant has led the way in artificial intelligence (AI) research, and now a brand new AI system that Google's team has developed could prevent one of the most common diseases leading to blindness.
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