Hopefully everyone is looking forward to the new year, whether you’re winding down or ploughing on through. I do hope that 2022 is brighter than its predecessors. This week, we are looking into the future with our “Visions of Tomorrow” feature, where generous contributors share how their ophthalmology work is pushing boundaries of what we would consider possible, and we predict how this may progress the future of ophthalmology – both realistically and hypothetically.

Very best wishes,
Geoffrey Potjewyd, Associate Editor

Visions of Tomorrow
12/09/2021 | Geoffrey Potjewyd
The research of today applied to the world of tomorrow – this is where science fiction and ophthalmology intersect
Superior Surface Skills
12/01/2021 | Ivan Mac
Keeping up with technological advances shouldn’t be at the expense of caring for the ocular surface
Two Diseases, One Stone
12/10/2021 | Geoffrey Potjewyd
How can a diabetes drug treat glaucoma, and how does real world data support this hypothesis?
Business in Brief
09/17/2021 | Aleksandra Jones
The latest industry news in under 65 words
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