New research centre to be set up in Budapest led by Botond Roska, who recently made a breakthrough in restoring vision

A new research centre of national importance was established in Budapest on Monday, to be headed by Balázs Rózsa, founder of Femtonics as well as Botond Roska, whose therapy partially restored the vision of a man who was completely blind, a few months ago. The BrainVision Center will be responsible for the preparation of basic research processes for the diagnosis and therapy of central nervous system diseases and the implementation of a basic research programme for vision restoration, but it will also have the potential to develop optical systems based on the interaction of light and the brain, as reported by the MTI (Hungarian News Agency).

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