Two USC scientists are bringing peripheral vision into focus, showing that the way the brain sharpens its attention while the eyes are in motion leads to false assumptions about how objects should look.
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Curveballs curve and fastballs go really fast, but new research suggests that no pitcher can make a curveball "break" or a fastball "rise."
Led by Arthur Shapiro of American University and Zhong-Lin Lu of USC College, the… more>
Evidence from laboratory studies and a pilot clinical trial confirms the promise of a simple treatment for amblyopia, or “lazy eye,” according to researchers from the United States and China.
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An interdisciplinary team of biomedical researchers from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, USC College and the Keck School of Medicine of USC has received a $6 million Bioengineering Research Partnership grant from the… more>
New treatment offers promise for previously untreatable amblyopia cases. Seven subjects in a recent exercise improved their overall visual acuity as much as 216 percent, researchers say.
By Carl Marziali
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