Research has shown the effectiveness of lamps that generate UV-C for disinfection. What about other wavelengths or new technologies?
By Jennifer Brons and Daniel Frering
Two new metrics can help us remember the night.
By Jane Slade
Lessons from a pandemic-shortened office study.
By Jess Baker and Andrea Wilkerson
A team of Penn State researchers has developed a wearable device with sensors that collect data on light sources, including wavelength and frequency, to detect whether the user is inside or outside.
The Trustees of the Jonathan Speirs Scholarship Fund (JSSF) have announced that Laura Carcano and Lawrence Lynch are the winners of the Fund’s 2020-2021 award.
What a multigenerational lighting clan has learned along the way.
By Paul Pompeo
Virtual learning doesn’t measure up to the in-person experience.
By Brienne Musselman
Setting the stage for a luminaire-level revolution.
By Charles Knuffke
LEDs have changed everything, except the physics of lighting.
By Chip Israel
It may be impossible to replace true sunlight, but GE Lighting, a Savant company is taking a stab at it with its new “sun-filled” LED bulb, introduced to help maintain the body’s circadian rhythm, which in turn can support energy levels during the day and restful sleep at night.