We’re delighted to announce our involvement in this year's Sound for Sight concert on World Sight Day, Friday 8 October.
Each year, we find out in late July the 13 fantastic books that have made it onto the Man Booker Prize longlist. It’s then our job to use the generous sponsorship we get to make the six shortlisted books into accessible formats that blind and partially sighted people can read: that’s giant print books, Braille, and Talking Books.
We've worked with Sight and Sound, and Freedom Scientific to create a range of fully accessible computers.
Why are rehabs, ECLOs and nurses are not on the implementation group of a new body aimed at improving eye health for all?
Clara Eaglen explains why commissioners and trusts should exercise caution before Avastin should be used to treat wet AMD.
We spoke with one of our amazing marathon runners, Stephen Clark, to find out the reasons why RNIB is a cause close to his heart and how he's going to celebrate completing his first ever marathon!
After Kevin lost his sight he didn't know how he would cope, but by rediscovering his love of gardening he turned his life around.
Blind Veterans UK’s Chief Executive, Major General (Rtd) Nick Caplin, discusses the general public’s attitude to people with sight loss.
Braille has just got a lot smarter with a brand new tablet that lets you to read in the tactile text. A handheld tablet is opening up a world of reading for blind people by becoming the first of its kind to let you to read in braille.
Can’t read the expiry date on your milk or the tiny print on your train timetable? This nifty app may come in handy.