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  • The State of Lighting Research

    Researchers aim to connect with the lighting community

  • DOE Publishes Report From Solid-State Lighting Market Introduction Workshop In Portland, Ore.

  • USGBC Awards Lighting Research Center Grant for Daylight Study

  • An American in Las Vegas

    In past years, this report has focused on a review of Lightfair's best products. In all fairness, that's a pretty good way to tell the Lightfair story because new products are the nuts and bolts of North America's largest lighting trade show. However, since Lightfair is a larger reflection of the...

  • Vox Juventa Call for Papers Deadline July 1

    The University of Wismar released a call for papers for the Vox Juventa program that offers students and young professionals an opportunity to present findings in one of five areas: sustainability, new findings, daylight, technology, and lighting cultures. A prize of EUR 1,000 will go to the...

  • NYSERDA to Fund SSL Development

    The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has posted a program opportunity notice (PON) issuing a call for proposals for "Solid-State Lighting Research, Development, Demonstration & Standards/Enabling Activities," PON #1207, offering a total of $1 million in funding...

  • LRC Releases Classroom Lighting Publication, Study Results

    Rensselaer Polytechnic University's Lighting Research Center (LRC) has released "Field Test DELTA Snapshots: Classroom Lighting," a new publication detailing a systems-based approach to lighting in school classrooms aimed at improving lighting and saving energy. The publication summarizes findings...

  • White Paper Compares Energy Efficient Glazings

    Glass supplier PPG Industries has published "A Comparison of Energy, Economic and Environmental Benefits of Tinted Low-E Glasses," a white paper summarizing a comparative analysis of four commonly specified tinted, low-emissivity (low-E) glasses. The paper reviews a study conducted by the...

  • Martin Receives LED Grant

    Martin Professional A/S of Denmark has been awarded an approximately $3 million grant for the development of new LED technologies by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation. The development project, INLED—Intelligent Light Emitting Diodes—is a partnership between Martin, Aalborg...

  • Philips Awarded Contract to Create Light Source Test System

    Philips Solid-State Lighting Solutions has been awarded a $250,000 contract by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop and create a new test system that will help improve methods for calculating and measuring the quality of a light source. The company will develop the...