When the blind can see again: A critical question of perception

Our sense of sight is arguably our most important sense.  Imagine how different your life would be if soon after birth, you lost the ability to see.  For over 1.4… Read more

The Spectacularly Colorful World of the Mantis Shrimp

Our eyes contain millions of color-sensitive cells, called cones, which maximally respond to red, green, and blue light.  With just these three types of color receptors, we can see the… Read more

Understanding the Visual System: A Conversation with Botond Roska

When we see the world, there is a huge amount of processing that occurs in the neural circuits of the retina, thalamus, and cortex before we can even begin to… Read more
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