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New artificial retina helps blind mice see
A cure for blindness could be brewing at a Cornell University laboratory.
Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York say they've successfully decoded the brain signals that allow mice to see. Using this information with a new type of prosthetic retina, they were able to restore vision in mice.
Next up, the researchers say they've cracked the code of a monkey retina, which is nearly identical to that of a human. If the prosthesis works on monkeys too, the researchers think they may eventually be able to help people who've lost their eyesight.
New artificial retina helps blind mice see | Crave - CNET
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