The mice couldn't see in full color, but their brains responded to green, blue, and ultraviolet light.
Known as Luxturna, it can be used to treat children and adults suffering from mutation-induced vision loss.
The new implant could help prevent blindness by providing regular doses of medicine.
Their novel gene therapy method makes retinal cells sensitive to light.
Meet the man who is making a new kind of brain-computer interface.
This promising treatment could restore sight to thousands of people.
This breakthrough could help millions regain their sense of sight.
This tech skips the eyes and goes straight to the brain.
That finding gives us a lot of hope for patients...
Developing blindness is no longer a lifetime sentence to darkness.
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