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Every month, we share with you a special image captured by one of our contributors and readers. Here, you can browse the ones we published in 2020.
Looking at IOLs through a surgical microscope, have you thought about the materials and processes that give rise to the lens?
Tissue developed by researchers could be used to create a model for addressing ocular surface disease
The latest industry news in 60 words or less
Zika infection in early pregnancy can impact retinal development in utero, but not postnatally
Keeping patients safe while not compromising their sight in a pandemic has been a constant balancing act
This month’s image shows peripapillary atrophy and focal RPE atrophy
Membrane may hold the key to reversing vision loss
Glaucoma Research Foundation's video helps reassure patients that their regular examinations are being done in a safe and effective way
Medical student burnout is an age-old problem exacerbated by the pandemic – and students need better tools to protect their health and wellbeing
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