Jan 18 2019 SP Scientific has launched a microsite dedicated to its new Line of Sight (TM) approach, a breakthrough suite of freeze-drying equipment with scalable lyophilization and process analytical tools (PAT). The goal of Line of Sight is to bring pharmaceutical products safely and quickly to market by enhancing product and process knowledge at […]Continue Reading ...
Oct 12 2018 Fight for Sight has chosen World Sight Day 2018 (11 October) to announce funding for a research project that will develop personalized medicine for patients at risk of glaucoma from steroid use. Tom Beare was diagnosed with steroid induced glaucoma Professor Colin Willoughby from Ulster University has been awarded a £170,000 project […]Continue Reading ...
Sep 24 2018 Paralympic medalists are supporting Fight for Sight’s massive adventure on a small scale, with the launch of a unique virtual event today for National Eye Health Week 2018 (24 September). Paralympic gold and silver medalists, including cyclists Neil and Lora Fachie and skier Millie Knight, are taking part in the event, which […]Continue Reading ...
August 17, 2018 Fight for Sight, the UK’s leading sight loss charity, has announced that the Project Grants Awards and the recently established Primer Fellowship call is now open for applications. The charity will provide funding of up to £60,000 for two individuals to undertake vision related research for one year. One of the Fellowships […]Continue Reading ...
August 1, 2018 The Rt Hon Baroness Boothroyd is launching a Fight for Sight campaign to raise awareness of eye health and the need for vital eye research. The former Speaker of the House of Commons will kick off the campaign by appearing in a BBC Radio 4 appeal which will be broadcast on Sunday […]Continue Reading ...
July 6, 2018 The UK’s leading eye research charity, Fight for Sight, is partnering with the Chief Scientist Office (CSO) to support Scottish researchers in developing a treatment for autoimmune uveitis, a condition that can cause blindness. Dr Heather Wilson and Professor John Forrester from the University of Aberdeen and Dr Lucia Kuffova from NHS […]Continue Reading ...
August 29, 2017 2d Sight Scientific Merchandise, Inc. (“2d Sight” or “the Corporate”), a developer, producer and marketer of implantable visible prosthetics to offer helpful imaginative and prescient to blind sufferers, nowadays introduced that the Corporate has won conditional approval from the U.S. Meals and Drug Management (FDA) to start the Orion™ Cortical Visible Prosthesis […]Continue Reading ...
An interview with Dr. Neil Ebenezer from the charity Fight for Sight, discussing the importance of getting regular check ups and why research is still desperately needed for many ophthalmic conditions. What are the most common causes of vision loss in the developed world? There are currently over two million people with sight loss in […]Continue Reading ...
Sep 11 2018 Leading eye research charity Fight for Sight has found that nearly three in ten British adults don’t follow the NHS recommendation to have an eye test every two years, and that the majority of this group (74%) say that it’s either because they can’t afford it or because they ‘can see fine’. […]Continue Reading ...
August 10, 2018 Leading eye research charity Fight for Sight says that one in two people is putting their eye health at risk during sunny weather by not always wearing ultraviolet (UV) protective sunglasses to protect their eyes. A YouGov poll conducted on behalf of the charity in July 2018 has found that 54 percent […]Continue Reading ...
July 19, 2018 An innovative University of Liverpool research project that will investigate whether compounds used to treat snake venom and bee stings could provide an alternative to antibiotics in treating eye infection has been awarded £170,000 by the charity Fight for Sight. Professor Stephen Kaye and his team at the University’s Department of Eye […]Continue Reading ...
An array of semitransparent organic pixels on top of a ultrathin sheet of gold. The thickness of both the organic islands and the underlying gold is more than one-hundred times thinner than a single neuron. Credit: Thor Balkhed A simple retinal prosthesis is under development by Tel Aviv University in Israel and Linköping University in […]Continue Reading ...
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