Investing in Digital Accessibility

Financial institutions have been ignoring a large demographic for years. This group—customers with disabilities and their families—collectively controls $175 billion in discretionary spending in the U.S. alone. Read more Rewritten and edited by me from the original draft.  ...

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Searching for a way to bring back the light

When the photoreceptor cells in your retina die, the light vanishes. For good. But recent exciting work by Krembil’s Dr. Valerie Wallace, when studying cone photoreceptor transplants to the eye, has uncovered a novel and surprising property of material exchange between cells. Read more...

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Finding new methods for detecting glaucoma

Eyes might be the windows to the soul, but they don’t like to give up their own secrets, especially with diseases such as glaucoma. Musician and filmmaker Stelth Ng should know; he’s spent a decade in and out of the hospital because of his eyes....

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