2000 Navi Mumbaikars turn up for “Tamso Ma Jyotirgamya”, one of the biggest eye donation rally in the country. Continue reading
100% Optical 2014, the first international annual optical event to be held at ExCeL London in February, 16 – 18, 2014, has been singled out by a whole spectrum of leading industry sector companies to unveil and profile their latest product ranges and services. Continue reading
Google has said it is testing a ‘smart contact lens’ that can help measure glucose levels in tears…might take five years to reach consumers!
PECCE – Primary Eye Care Continuing Education is scheduled to be held on 14 January 2014, a large number of new attendees have already registered for this first PECCE of the year. Complimentary AMD books (courtesy of Bayer S.E.A. Pte Ltd) will be given out on a first-come first-served basis. At least 50 books are available! Continue reading
Thanks to high profile blockbusters such as Avatar and Gravity, watching films in 3D has become a regular part of our movie going experience—and for good reason, as 3D adds depth and excitement that is unparalleled by traditional filming. Continue reading
A certificate course on Dispensing Optician, Accredited by Maharashtra State Board for Vocational Education Exam. Lotus College of Optometry, a pioneer in optometric education in Mumbai brings you a one year program on dispensing optics. Continue reading
Essilor International has announced the acquisition of a majority interest in Technologies Humanware Inc., a world leader in the design and distribution of electronic assistance products for the blind and vision impaired. Continue reading
Optrafair London has the key to supplementing your practice income and driving patient loyalty with a host of new technologies and practice building ideas. Continue reading
The world looks at the Middle East as a rich and brand aware market. But when it comes to education, is it lacking?
A new brand, a new website, ‘Brien Holden Vision’ will officially be launched at the 92nd annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) in Seattle. Continue reading
The World Council of Optometry (WCO) has published its first ever curriculum support document which is now available on the WCO website. Continue reading
Adlens® chooses the esteemed Silmo stage to officially present its new product: Adlens® Adjustables™. Continue reading
The first-ever project to receive Optometry Giving Sight funding in Nepal has reported excellent progress after just six months. Continue reading
The development of an advocacy strategy to help lobby governments around the world to ensure optometry is recognised as a key profession in the public health sector, was one of the main topics of conversation at the World Council of Optometry’s (WCO) recent General Delegates’ Meeting in Malaga, Spain (21 April). Continue reading
FORUM, making time for what matters most Continue reading