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Sci Tech    H3'ed 2/28/19

Scientists Injected Nanoparticles Into Mice's Eyes to Give Them Infrared Vision - D-brief

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The super-powered vision lasted at least 10 weeks and had no side effects. The tech translates infrared photons into ones the mice's eyes could pick up on.

There’s a lot out there we’re missing out on. But, a group of researchers from the U.S. and China have figured out a way to let eyes see these otherwise invisible near-infrared wavelengths of light, no goggles or bulky equipment necessary. Using nano-particles injected into their eyes that translate infrared photons to visible ones, they say they’ve given mice the ability to see beyond the visible spectrum the rest of us are confined to.

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