The Story of Things

Series Six: Looking Beyond Horizons at eye disease and the anatomy of the brain

January 9, 2020

Did you know that if you took your domestic cat to the optician they would be registered as blind? Compared to our feline friends, human beings have an extremely sophisticated sense of sight, but what happens to our brains when we lose it because of eye disease? Check you have no metal in your pockets and join Professor Tony Morland, from the Department of Psychology at the University of York, for a podcast tour of York Neuroimaging Centre.