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In February, a team of scientists from China and the U.S. reported that they’d given mice the ability to see in the dark by injecting nanoparticles into the animals’ eyeballs.

At the time, researcher Xue Tian said he “definitely” thought the same technique would work in humans — and now, one scientist has come out to explain why the first people to undergo the procedure might be soldiers in the U.S. military.

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Category: Science