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The Silicone Hydrogels website is partially supported through an educational grant from CIBA VISION

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CCLR - Center for Contact Lens ResearchCCLR - Center for Contact Lens Research - Canada
The Centre for Contact Lens Research (CCLR) is an integrated research facility operating as a semi-autonomous unit within the School of Optometry at the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Upon gaining University Senate approval, the CCLR was established in May, 1988.


Brien Holden Vision Institute LogoBrien Holden Vision Institute - Australia

The Brien Holden Vision Institute is an Australian non-profit company which over 25 years has worked with a global network of partners to advance eye research and translate its discoveries into breakthrough products. It has developed contact lenses that provide safe vision correction and is now focused on creating revolutionary new products for the most common eye conditions that affect the sight of billions globally. The Institute also provides postgraduate research opportunities for outstanding students from around the world and supports humanitarian efforts delivering eye care to people in underserved communities worldwide.


The Vision CRC The Vision CRC has created a unique worldwide collaboration to deliver business growth and better eyecare for Australia and the world, by developing breakthrough technology and products for the correction of myopia and presbyopia; delivering innovative education programs at all levels of the eyecare industry; and developing models which provide effective, affordable, and sustainable eyecare delivery to communities in need.

The Vision CRC is supported by the Australian Commonwealth Government Cooperative Research Centres Program.


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