LRC Professor, Working with UL, to Develop Circadian Lighting Recommended Practice

Mark S. Rea, Professor of Architecture and Cognitive Sciences at the Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has agreed to chair a task group with Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) working to develop a recommended practice for the specification,

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Circadian Lighting: New Information on Lighting’s Health Effects by Craig DiLouie

The lighting industry continues to explore the potential for lighting solutions to benefit and optimize human health. Studies indicate light has physiological effects that go beyond vision. In recent years, the industry has focused on the effect of light on

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Jet-Lagged? Stop by the Circadian Lighting Lounge at Oslo Airport

Tunable LED lighting can help keep peoples’ circadian clocks in check, why not enlist LEDs in the war against jet lag? Without diving into the science, blue frequencies can stimulate, and ambers can relax In one of the latest developments,

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Pact Puts Circadian Lighting on the Buying List for Thousands of US Healthcare Providers

Lighting Science strikes three-year deal with hospital products facilitator Vizient for human centric and other LED lighting products. Irving, Texas-based Vizient Inc. facilitates purchases of about $100 billion worth of goods annually for members including the country’s top hospitals such

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