Hot-off-the-press at RANZCO18

The Adelaide convention centre, with its mega floor to ceiling windows overlooking Adelaide’s stunning Riverbank Precinct and River Torrens was a pleasant...

2018 graduates and awards

The RANZCO 2018 Graduation and Awards Ceremony and President’s Reception was led by Associate Professor Mark Daniell, performing his last duties as outgoing...

RANZCO NZ Meeting 2019

The New Zealand branch of RANZCO will be holding its annual scientific meeting 2019 at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 May,...

Stem cell trial for dry AMD on cards

The first clinical trial of a stem cell-based therapy for age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in humans could soon be reality, after US researchers...

China deploys AI fundus scans

A Chinese hospital has begun offering free consultations using artificial-intelligence (AI) cameras to detect ocular fundus diseases, which are a major...

Pen camera could simplify gonioscopy

Scientists in Singapore have invented a new 'pen camera' that makes it easier for doctors to diagnose patients with glaucoma.Called the GonioPEN, the device...

Easy eye injury detection in minutes?

A new point-of-care device could soon detect eye injury within minutes – a time frame crucial to treating eye trauma – simply by picking up levels of a...

Shape-changing microrobots to carry drugs?

Scientists in Zurich, Switzerland, have developed tiny, bio-compatible, elastic robots which they say patients may one day ingest so the devices can deliver...

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