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Sydney, Australia, 10 July 2017: The Brien Holden Vision Institute and CCLR based at the University of Waterloo recently came together in Sydney to discuss collaborative opportunities for ocular comfort.

Published in Translational Research

Sydney, Australia, 7 June 2017: There are a lot of reasons to get our kids outside – fresh air, exercise, a growing obesity epidemic, reduced time on digital devices and peace and quiet for parents.

Published in Translational Research

Sydney, Australia, 24 March 2017: Brien Holden Vision Institute will be collaborating on research and development of new contact lens technologies with SEED Co., Ltd in Japan to deliver advanced vision correction for ageing people.

Published in Translational Research

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...

Published in Academy

Sydney, Australia, 13 March 2017: Professor Brien Holden has been remembered for his contributions to Aboriginal eye health at a special ceremony at the Aboriginal Health College in Sydney.

Published in Public Health

Sydney, Australia, 10 March 2017: We live in a world filled with quantitative measurements. Are you travelling over 100 km per hour? Is your fever over 39 degrees?

Published in Translational Research

Sydney, Australia, 19 December 2016: ‘Dry eye’ causes discomfort for millions of people worldwide – itching, redness, pain and blurred vision are all symptoms of it

Published in Translational Research

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)

Published in Translational Research

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

Published in Translational Research

Sydney, Australia, 18 November 2016: Tear lipid sprays and drops are some of the products developed to enhance comfort with contact lenses. But how well do they work?

Published in Translational Research
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