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Green algae genes helped a blind man see for the first time in 40 years
A harmless virus was injected into a blind man's eye to help grow new light-sensing cells.
The weirdest things we learned this week: art made from human skin, solving a 17th-century thought experiment, and detachable sex organs
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
There are horrible things lurking on your counterfeit contact lenses
Never ever buy contact lenses without a doctor’s prescription. Just don’t.
Blind People Use ‘Visual’ Brain Regions For Math
In addition to areas traditionally pegged for thinking about numbers
Google Is Using A.I. To Spot Eye Disease Early
Looking into your eyes and predicting the future
America’s Eye Health Will Be Way Worse By 2050
The blindness outlook is dark
Gene Therapy For Congenital Blindness Has Long-Lasting Effect
Could treat other degenerative eye conditions
How Artificial Intelligence Will Translate Facebook Photos For The Blind
The machine helps the users, and the users help the machine
The World Is Rapidly Becoming More Nearsighted
Nearly 5 billion people will be myopic by 2050
CRISPR Could Fix Blindness-Causing Mutation
With cells from a patient's own skin