It was May 2016 when 12 visually impaired people departed from Bologna to Florence with the intention of painting the world of yellow, to make it more visible and accessible. Read
There is no better way of transforming our vision into reality than starting from children and teenagers.
We offer workshops and talks to students of all grades, from elementary to high schools. Read
Original article on AP News
QR-421a showed early and encouraging evidence of activity, with 25% of patients showing a benefit across multiple concordant outcome measures and was well tolerated with no serious adverse events — QR-421a is the second ophthalmology program where clinical activity was predicted by translational models, further validating the platform — COVID-19 pandemic expected to impact timelines for the pipeline — ProQR anticipates its cash runway will fund operations into H2 2022
LEIDEN, Netherlands & CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Read
Being blind means having dinner with a packet of crackers because you have not found someone to accompany you to the grocery store. Read
Workshops #YellowReykjavik Project 2017
The Visionary Europe Conferences Dario Sorgato speaker at USH Connections Conference Read
We increasingly receive ideas and proposals for projects or collaborations.
In order to select the most relevant initiatives with our Mission in the most effective way, we ask anyone who wants to submit a project to the attention of the board of directors, to fill in the appropriate form. Read
VICE Media is currently looking for couples in which at least one partner has a visual impairment (including, but not limited to, blindness) to do an interview for its ongoing series This Is How We Do It. Read
For people could close their eyes to greatness, to horrors, to beauty, and their ears to melodies or deceiving words. Read
From August 24th to 31st 2019 aboard Adriatica, the boat of Velisti per Caso, an integrated crew of visually impaired, blind and normal sighted people sail the Tyrrhenian from Naples to the Island of Elba. Read