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Gorm Teichert has joined Montreal-based architectural LED-based lighting solutions company Lumenpulse, as executive vice president of international sales. Teichert has been working in the architectural and entertainment lighting fields for more than 20 years. His previous posts include time with...
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At the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, a subtly glowing electric lighting scheme beckons visitors on Independence Mall.
How and why it came to be this way.
Reference standards provide further clarification for solid-state lighting.
Parsons' Symposium addresses this global issue June 10 in New York City.
The Dark Sky Lobby Wants to Make the World a Darker Place... Is That Really Such a Good Idea? Lighting designer Peter Maradudin weighs in.
Industry veteran K.R. (Kaj) den Daas has been named to Luxim's Board of Directors. Den Daas was most recently chairman of Philips Lighting North America and the executive vice president of Philips B.V. of the Netherlands.
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