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Superdense arrays of electrodes will bring scientists closer to an artificial retina that approximates normal vision.
Embryonic stem cells growing in a dish can spontaneously form complex structures resembling the retina—a discovery that could one day help restore sight to the blind.
A stem-cell startup aims to test neural stem cells for treating two leading causes of blindness.
Scientists plan to test an implanted chip with four times the resolution of the previous version in people blinded by retinal degeneration.
Human embryonic stem cells can be coaxed into three-dimensional structures of retinal cells.
A new device may help restore sight for people with severe macular degeneration.
A surgery-free prosthetic retina restores vision in blind mice and raises the prospects for something similar in people.
Photoreceptors created from induced pluripotent stem cells.
Researchers stimulate the growth of new retinal cells in mice.
Researchers grow neurons on a photosensitive polymer hybrid.