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Opening eyes to a frontier in vision restoration – Medical Xpress

A revolutionary cortical vision device, developed by Monash University researchers that could one day help restore vision to the blind, is being prepared for world-first human clinical trials in Melbourne.
Through Monash University’s Cortical Frontiers project, researchers have developed miniaturized, wireless electronic implants that sit on the surface of the brain and have the capacity to restore vision.
Further investigations have shown promise for this technology to deliver improved health…

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