Image of the Day: Bespectacled Mantis
Image of the Day: Bespectacled Mantis
Insects wearing 3-D glasses detect computer-generated prey.
Image of the Day: Bespectacled Mantis
Image of the Day: Bespectacled Mantis

Insects wearing 3-D glasses detect computer-generated prey.

Insects wearing 3-D glasses detect computer-generated prey.

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Woman Receives First Corneal Transplant Made from iPS Cells
Woman Receives First Corneal Transplant Made from iPS Cells
Emily Makowski | Sep 3, 2019
The patient’s vision has improved since the procedure, and her cornea remains clear.
Researchers Launch First Study of In Vivo CRISPR Therapy in Humans
Researchers Launch First Study of In Vivo CRISPR Therapy in Humans
Catherine Offord | Jul 26, 2019
A trial is recruiting patients to test the gene-editing technology’s ability to treat an inherited form of blindness caused by a mutation in the CEP290 gene.
Optogenetic Manipulations Create Perception Without Sensory Input
Optogenetic Manipulations Create Perception Without Sensory Input
Ruth Williams | Jul 18, 2019
Advanced single-cell optogenetic tools have enabled researchers to induce a learned behavior in mice without the associated visual cue.
Patricia Bath, Inventor of Laser-Based Cataract Treatment, Dies
Patricia Bath, Inventor of Laser-Based Cataract Treatment, Dies
Shawna Williams | Jun 6, 2019
The UCLA ophthalmologist worked to combat blindness in underserved communities.
This Deep-Sea Fish Has the Most Types of Opsins Among Vertebrates
This Deep-Sea Fish Has the Most Types of Opsins Among Vertebrates
Katarina Zimmer | May 9, 2019
The silver spinyfin has an extraordinary diversity of rod photopigments, which researchers propose may allow it to see color in the deep, dark sea.
Machine Learning Optimizes Images for Stimulating Monkey Neurons
Machine Learning Optimizes Images for Stimulating Monkey Neurons
Ruth Williams | May 2, 2019
Neural networks generate abstract images designed to activate particular cells, lending insight into their function.
Nanoparticles Let Mice See Near Infrared Light
Nanoparticles Let Mice See Near Infrared Light
Abby Olena | Feb 28, 2019
Researchers injected the retinas of mice with nanoparticles that bound to photoreceptors and converted near-infrared light to green light that the animals could see.
Image of the Day: Retinal Transplant
Image of the Day: Retinal Transplant
Kerry Grens | Nov 7, 2018
Blind rats are made to see after sheets of cells implanted into their eyes make themselves at home.
Infographic: Behind Mouse Eyes
Infographic: Behind Mouse Eyes
Ruth Williams | Oct 31, 2018
A mesh records retinal cells’ firings in live animals.