Human Eye

Researchers at Shaare Zedek hospital in Jerusalem are using microscopic machines to restore perfect vision.

Ophthalmology is moving into the realm of science fiction as researchers at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem are using nanotechnology to restore perfect 20/20 vision to patients.

After two years of clinical trials using the eyes of pigs as an analogue for the human eye, the researchers are ready to move on to human trials. This Israeli innovation may bring simple and painless vision correction without the need for surgery.

Take a look into this new eye-opening technology!

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Source: United with Israel