Cone receptors in the human eye lose their color sensitivity with age, but our subjective experience of color remains largely unchanged over the years. This ability to compensate for age-related changes in color perception ...
(Medical Xpress)—A possible link between colour vision and the development of myopia - or near-sightedness - has been discovered by an international group, including a researcher from The University of Western Australia.
Zebrafish, the staple of genetic research, may hold the answer to repairing damaged retinas and returning eye-sight to people.
The real culprits of colour blindness are vision cells rather than unusual wiring in the eye and brain, recent research has shown.
Identifying lines on a colour-coded metro map is tricky for those who can't see some colours. Choosing clothes or telling a green from a red apple can be just as baffling.