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Not resting on his laureate, new Nobel Prize winner Mario Capecchi is striving to answer that question.
For millions with eye damage, a new artificial cornea could prove a safer, more effective treatment.
A tiny implant that measures pressure in the eye could help monitor the disease.
A user interface that tracks eye movement may provide an alternate way to use a computer.
A computer model of the brain has learned to detect and classify objects.
Scientists plan to test an implanted chip with four times the resolution of the previous version in people blinded by retinal degeneration.
While hearing in machines lags far behind vision in machines, the potential is great, and researchers are beginning to make impressive progress.