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Journal of Vision
The relation between gaze behavior and categorization: Does where we look determine what we see?
Research Highlight Spotlight on the article "Wnt-Frizzled Signaling Is Part of an FGF-Induced Cascade that Promotes Lens Fiber...
Factors Affecting Perceptual Threshold in Argus II Retinal Prosthesis Subjects
National Eye Institute Bethesda, Md.
Shire Lexington, Mass.
University of Louisville Louisville, Ky.
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Vision research changes the lives of people all over the world ― preventing blindness and restoring sight in both developed and developing countries. Vision researchers' innovations are key to developing new processes and technologies and creating jobs.
The ARVO 2013 Annual Meeting ― the largest gathering of eye and vision researchers in the world ― will explore how vision scientists change lives. Join us in Seattle, Wash., May 5 – 9, 2013, as we look at how researchers make a difference: to careers, their colleagues, their communities, the economies of their countries and ultimately, to the people around the world who benefit from their sight-saving work.
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