As you can imagine, eye operations require high precision. However, when ophthalmologists start doing operations they are usually already at an advanced stage in their career. A shaky hand is probably the last thing a nervous patient wants to see from their surgeon.
If you’ve ever had the experience of having an MRI you may remember the cramped, uncomfortable feeling of lying in a tube trying to stay totally still while very loud, odd noises take place close by. While this is still the case when having an MRI, thankfully some developments have been made that may speed up the process. Continue reading
According to an ITU (International Telecommunication Union) report ‘The World in 2010, ICT Facts and Figures’, 6.1 trillion SMS text messages were sent globally in 2010. This translates into 192,192 texts per second. So, in an age of rapidly changing technologies what is the future of the humble text? Continue reading