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12.04.2018

Doctorate Candidate In London Develops Algorithm For Retinal Imaging

A computer science student at London's Brunel University just developed an algorithm that could be useful in the detection of serious retinal diseases.

This new... Read more


05.04.2018

Barcelona Scientists Develop Computer Chip Able To Mimic Blood Retinal Barrier

Spanish researchers have just created a revolutionary computer chip that's able to copy the body's blood retinal barrier. Although this... Read more


19.03.2018

Inhibiting ARF6 Protein Could Be Key In The Future Of Diabetic Retinopathy Care

Scientists from the University of Utah say they've found a potential cure for diabetic retinopathy. Researchers believe by inhibiting the protein known as ADP-ribosylation factor 6 (Read more


22.02.2018

A New App Could Detect Whether You're Peeping On A Stranger's Phone

Although there's no official data, it's safe to assume millions of people have peeked onto strangers' smartphones on public transit. Perhaps the only more disturbing fact about mobile phones in the modern era is that Read more


20.02.2018

New England Doctors Discover Differences In AMD Patients' Blood Samples

American researchers believe they've found a way to detect age-related macular degeneration (AMD) using a patient's blood sample. Although it's a long way from being standardized, many eye... Read more


19.02.2018

New Study Changes How Doctors Think Of Retinal Rods

Researchers at Germany's University of Tübingen recently published a revolutionary paper on the nature of rod photoreceptors. This new research suggests that rods play a significant role in vision even during daylight hours.

Since rods can't distinguish color, most ophthalmologists... Read more


06.02.2018

PlenOptika Unveils Its Handheld QuickSee Device

The startup biomedical company PlenOptika is on a mission to help eye doctors perform cheap, safe, and quick eye exams anywhere in the world. To carry out this lofty goal, PlenOptika has developed a handheld device with the ability to measure a person's eyes... Read more


30.01.2018

New Cameras Can Detect A Person's Gaze Using Deep Learning

Japanese and German researchers have just created extremely smart cameras that can tell exactly where people are looking. All of these new cameras use the latest advances in deep learning technology.

The researchers have successfully tested these cameras in two locations. First, they... Read more


05.01.2018

Researchers Suggest New Way To Approach Glaucoma With 3D Printing

An American 3D printing lab believes it's created a novel way for eye doctors to study glaucoma. By producing 3D images of the eye's trabecular meshwork (TM), these researchers... Read more


01.01.2018

Scientists Develop Electronic Sensors That Can Dissolve In The Eye

Researchers in the USA and China have just developed incredible electronic devices that can totally disintegrate in a person's eyes. Health experts believe these new environmentally friendly devices could dramatically help eye doctors in the future.

Developers made these devices by placing... Read more


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