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Adjustable fluidic lenses for eyesight correction applicationsTags: bioimaging, university of arizona
[Source: Laura Mgrdichian, PhysOrg.com] - Researchers from the University of Arizona have created a fluid-based opthalmic lens in which the amount of fluid can be constantly adjusted to provide customized eye correction. The lens may one day be incorporated into the tools that eye doctors use to determine prescription strength.
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