Scientists give Mice Infrared Vision turning them into tiny Predators : More Details

Researchers from the University of Science and Technology of China and the University of Massachusetts Medical School developed an "ocular nanoparticle" that can detect near-infrared light (NIR). They then injected it directly into the eyes of mice. 

Their study, published in Cell on Feb. 28, shows that the mice were given "super vision", allowing them to see beyond the visible spectrum, without any effects on their regular vision.

Essentially, they created a Supermouse

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