Some people see a range of hues most of us miss out on. Jay Neitz says that one day we may all be able to do so. In the meantime, he is on a mission to develop a cure for color blindness. In this intereview, he tells David Hambling why he wants people to see the wider spectrum. Jay answers questions on why he is driven to cure color blindness, how his color blindness tests work, his work with squirrel monkeys and what we can learn from tetrachromats.
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