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Scientific American: Once Blind and Now They See

Pawan Sinha, a professor of vision and computational neuroscience at M. I. T., writes about how surgery in blind children has revealed how vision works in the brain.
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Pawan Sinha, a professor of vision and computational neuroscience at M. I. T., writes about how surgery in blind children has revealed how vision works in the brain.

This article was published in the July 2013 edition of Scientific American.

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