BOOK REVIEW: Retinal computation, by Gregory Schwartz

When considering how vision works, it is tempting to treat the retina as a digital camera. It converts light into electricity, performs some simple computations...

Optometry Virtually Connected - registrations now open

Registrations are now open for Optometry Australia’s annual virtual conference, Optometry Virtually Connected (OVC), which will be held online from 17...

Ocular toxoplasmosis: more common than thought

In the first study of its kind to quantify the rate of ocular toxoplasmosis in Australian, a team from Flinders University has found that one in 149 Australians...

Next-gen TearScience

Johnson & Johnson Vision has unveiled its next-generation TearScience Activator Clear for more precise and fully automated treatment of meibomian gland...

Rose Charities NZ ends in success

After 20 years of successfully supporting and creating eye health services in Cambodia and beyond, Rose Charities New Zealand has officially wound up as...

Tinnitus associated with POAG

A large-scale Taiwanese study has found patients with primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) have an almost 30% increased risk of having tinnitus, compared...

Dark bedrooms for better health

Even moderate artificial light exposure during sleep harms heart health and increases insulin resistance, a US study found.   Professor Phyllis Zee, chief...

Strabismus linked to mental illness

A large-scale US study has found a moderate association between strabismus and anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depressive disorder.

C-3P0, R2D2… OCT?!

US engineers have found that the key to robots and self-driving cars ‘seeing’ the world more naturally and safely may be optical coherence tomography (OCT).

New CEO for Auckland Eye

Top-quality patient care, business growth and the wellbeing of staff is the focus of Auckland Eye’s new CEO Gordon Armstrong, he said. Armstrong joins...

CooperVision’s sustainability promise

In a bold move, CooperVision ANZ has made all the one-day contact lenses it sells in New Zealand and Australia plastic neutral.

LED lens prevents DR

South Korean researchers have shown a contact lens (CL) that irradiates the retina with far-red/ near-infrared (NIR) light prevented diabetic retinopathy...

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