Sharing the load, safely

One of the world’s most prestigious eye hospitals and ophthalmology training excellence, Moorfields in London, is poised to release further data on the...

Avocado induced eye-mergency!

NBA player Andre Drummond encountered a pre-game drama ahead of this season’s Detroit Pistons game against the Dallas Mavericks because of significant...

Rhodes scholar researching RNA-editing

Dr Lewis Fry followed in the footsteps of Lorde, Lydia Ko and Eliza McCartney in winning the prestigious AIMES (Arts, Innovation, Music, Education, Sport)...

Innovative, tiny tech

Bosh Sensortec has launched the next generation of smart eyewear, Innovative Light Drive, offering hands-free information in a minimalist format. Thanks...

Google screening for anaemia

Google Health has announced a novel, non-invasive method to screen for anaemia. In a study published by Nature Biomedical Engineering, researchers applied...

Retinal reading review

Handbook of Pediatric Retinal OCT and the Eye-Brain Connection by Cynthia Tong and Sally Ong

The view through my retroscope

It’s been a few years now since I escaped from my windowless dark room and looming corporate confinement. I went rogue to develop something I always wanted...

DHB warns over blurred lines

Southern District Health Board (SDHB) has issued a warning to all senior medical and dental officers to strictly adhere to public/private practice boundaries...

World-first artificial neurons

A Kiwi researcher is part of a ground-breaking team to have has succeeded in creating artificial neurons that behave like real neurons, paving the way...

BHVI new research centre

Brien Holden Vision Institute (BHVI) and partner Hai Yen Eye Care have opened Vietnam’s first eye research centre in Ho Chi Minh City.  The collaboration...

Specialty marketing in 2020

For the year 2020, the optometry profession is getting an organic boost of awareness with 20/20 vision campaigns underway, along with the many jokes and...

Lack of optoms in provinces

Researchers have recommended a better distribution of the optometric workforce could make eye care more accessible in many regions of New Zealand.

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