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Would you like to able to see in the dark? One day this might possible. Scientists have tests on mice and have given them the ability to near-infrared light. This is a kind of light wave that mice (and humans) cannot normally . Research teams from the University of Science and Technology of China and the University of Massachusetts Medical School the vision of the test mice. They special nanoparticles into their eyes. These tiny particles let the mice see better in the dark. The effect of the injections for around 10 weeks. The scientists the eyesight of the mice was not damaged and the eyes did not from any side effects.

The research is now in the research journal 'Cell'. The researchers say they hope the same tests could done with humans. Researcher Dr Tian Xue explained what he for the future. He said: "Human beings have been to develop new technology to enable abilities that beyond our natural abilities." He said future tests could humans see things in the dark that they cannot now. Dr Tian added: "Another cool thing about this potential technology is that it wouldn't a person to heavy and energy-intensive equipment, such as night-vision goggles." He also said: "The military will very likely interested in this work."

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