NuLens Sees a Bright Future
Back in 2001, working out of a garage north of Tel Aviv that doubled as a laboratory, Joshua Ben-nun came up with an audacious thought. With the right kind of eye implant, he wondered, why couldn't any middle-aged person see as well as or better than he did in his teens?
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