RANZCO reviews training

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) is reviewing its training in Australia and New Zealand and calling for input...

Trial for new IOL

The first of a new generation of intraocular lenses (IOLs), which accommodate with the eye’s muscle movements, has been implanted in a patient by Auckland...

Appointments in September

Who's new at Eye Institute, Independent Optometry Group, CR Surfacing Laboratories and Alcon (Surgical)?

Glasses boost productivity

A landmark study has revealed the positive impact vision has on productivity by showing how a simple pair of glasses significantly improved the productivity...

Dyslexia: vision deficits research

New research has shown that deficits in visual function are more frequent in children with developmental dyslexia.

Motion sickness specs

Citroën has launched a zany-looking pair of glasses which it says cures motion sickness (kinetosis).

Smart specs for seniors

New smart specs for seniors, to help them get around and contact family members, have been developed by California-based company IngenioSpec.

oDocs nets Saudi deal

Dunedin-based oDocs Eye Care has signed its first international partnership with Riyadh’s King Saud University, the biggest medical university in the Arab...

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