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Sydney, Australia, 23 March 2017: You may have seen the stories in the news – the prevalence of myopia is growing across the world. A predicted 50% of the global population will have myopia by 2050...

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Sydney, Australia, 2 February 2017: Simulated learning or ‘serious games’, well known for training pilots in commercial aviation and the military, are now being used in a diverse range of fields to enhance learning.

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Ghana, Africa, 25 January 2017: “We are delighted to be working with the Brien Holden Vision Institute – one of the world’s leading eye care organisations.

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Hyderabad, India, 19 December 2016: Continuing to enhance real life impact through technology, Microsoft India, in collaboration with L V Prasad Eye Institute, today launched Microsoft Intelligent Network for Eyecare (MINE)

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Shanghai, China, 30 November 2016: A survey of almost 1 million children in Shanghai is one the latest initiatives in China to meet a major public health challenge

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Anaheim, U.S., 11 November 2016: The American Academy of Optometry has announced the establishment of the Brien Holden Humanitarian Award to honor the memory and work of Professor Brien Holden

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Durban, South Africa, 28 October 2016: A new report on myopia and high myopia, the result of a joint World Health Organization (WHO) and Brien Holden Vision Institute meeting, has just been announced

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Sydney, Australia, 3 August 2016: Over 200 optometrists attended the 2016 Brien Holden Lecture Series to hear from myopia experts at a commemorative event for Professor Brien Holden held at UNSW Australia on 31 July 2016.

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The Brien Holden Vision Institute, based at UNSW, is running a study using novel contact lenses that support close work and minimise vision fatigue.

Published in Clinical Trials Centre

Sydney, Australia, 12 February 2016: Half the world’s population (nearly 5 billion) will be short-sighted (myopic) by 2050, with up to one-fifth of them (1 billion) at a significantly increased risk of blindness if current trends continue.

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