Eye implant stimulates nerve cells to restore vision

09/25/2008 | MIT Technology Review

Researchers with the Boston Retinal Implant Project have devised an eye implant that can help restore some vision by stimulating healthy neurons connected to the retina without causing any biocompatibility issues. The researchers have successfully tested the implant in pigs and are aiming to begin human trials by 2010.

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