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Lens replacement led to 'blind patches', says artist
An artist whose vision deteriorated after lens replacement surgery is one of dozens of people considering legal action against manufacturer, Oculentis.
FDA approves contact lenses that are color-adapted to light
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared on Tuesday the first contact lens to incorporate an additive that automatically darkens the lens when exposed to bright light.
Optical lens can transfer digital information without loss
Researchers have designed an optical lens that exhibits two properties that so far have not been demonstrated together: Self-focusing and an optical effect called the Talbot effect that creates repeating patterns of light.
Leaving contact lens in overnight could cause blindness
Contact lenses have vastly improved the options for those of poor sight. However, they can cause permanent vision loss if not worn properly.
Gravitational lens reveals one of the cosmos' brightest known galaxies
Scientists in Spain have discovered one of the brightest galaxies in the Universe with the help of a gravitational lens.
Bionic contact lens, a likely breakthrough for diabetics
Diabetes patients could have their lives transformed with smart contact lens, which could replace painful finger prick tests.
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