Australian Researchers Develop Brain Implant That May Restore Limited Sight In Blind People

Monash University brain implant for blind people
Image credit: Monash University
Researchers at Monash University in Australia have developed a brain implant that may restore limited sight in blind people. Many people who are clinically blind have damaged optic nerves. These […]
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