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How to 3D-print personalised lenses: Dr. Aram Saeed of the University of East Anglia explains

Dr. Aram Saeed, associate professor of healthcare technologies at the University of East Anglia, is part of a team that developed a resin material that can be 3D-printed to form customised intraocular lenses

Dr. Aram Saeed, associate professor of healthcare technologies at the University of East Anglia, is part of a team that developed a resin material that can be 3D-printed to form customised intraocular lenses. Image: Dr. Aram Saeed

Developing a resin material that can be used to 3D-print highly customised intraocular lenses, Dr. Aram Saeed, Associate Professor of Healthcare Technologies at the University of East Anglia, discusses the research and its clinical applications with Electro Optics.

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