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    An innovative infrastructure system dares to explore new territories.

  • OptoEngineering Makes Donation for LED Research

    Tulsa, Oklahoma-based LED company OptoEngineering, a manufacturer of patented pre-designed, pre-assembled LED lighting arrays for the sign industry, has made a substantial donation to the Department of Industrial Engineering and Technology at the University of Texas A&M-Commerce. The donation, the...

  • NEMA Publishes LE 4-2006


  • Survey Says ...

    since the american institute of architects released the first quarter results of its first-ever Home Design Trends Survey in June 2005 (see 'Home Design Survey: Useful Aid,' A|L Residential, Summer 2005), the remaining quarter reports have been released. These surveys address business conditions...

  • LED Advancements Ahead

    attention is being paid to the development of solid-state lighting, and funding is following suit. Partnerships, such as the agreement signed in February 2005 by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)-administered Next Generation Lighting...

  • Behind the Scenes: Lighting Research

    despite persistent funding concerns, two u.s. research facilities continue to discover new and improved practices for the lighting industry. The Lighting Research Center (LRC), located in Troy, New York, and part of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's School of Architecture, is devoted solely to...

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    research vs. product development

  • What is the state of lighting research in the United States today?

    Following on the theme of education discussed at the January IESNA Conference, what is the state of lighting research in the United States today? For that matter, what is the state of building science technologies research?

  • NoUVIR Research

    Power 32 eyeballs from one fiber-optic lighting projector.