New smart soft contact lenses can monitor intraocular pressure for 24-hour cycles to detect glaucoma

A network of molecules and atoms of glass and crystals constitute a single system. 3D illustration

Optometrists, ophthalmologists and their patients will benefit from new, high-tech tools to detect glaucoma at its earliest stages thanks to a startup that will commercialize smart contact lenses developed at Purdue University.

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