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LD+A Magazine: The magazine of the Illuminating Engineering Society

Kansas City Convention Center Converts to LED

The Kansas City Convention Center has retrofitted all exhibit hall lighting by installing 850 new LED fixtures.

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Our Work Is Done Here

The law of diminishing returns catches up to our energy codes. So what’s next?
By James Benya

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Speakers from Pixar and Sony to Keynote Lightfair

Danielle Feinberg of Pixar Animation Studios and Neri Oxman of Sony Corporation and MIT Media Lab will deliver keynote presentations at LIGHTFAIR International 2018.

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LFI Program Features Seven Tracks and 70-Plus Courses

The 2018 LIGHTFAIR conference program includes more than 70 courses within seven educational tracks, for a total of more than 190 educational hours.

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The Impact Speakers: Form, Function, Fashion

Designers Martin Lesjak and Anastasia Su are the 2018 LIGHTFAIR “Impact Speakers.”

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Long-Term Performance in the Arizona Desert

An update on the Yuma pilot project findings
By Andrea Wilkerson

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Is Apple’s Night Shift Enough?

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) has published the results of a study investigating the effectiveness of Apple’s Night Shift for lessening the impact of nighttime iPad use on melatonin suppression, a marker of the circadian system

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In A World Without Codes

With every last watt being squeezed out of lighting, will codes even be needed?
By Willard Warren

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LRC Releases Video Series on Light and Health

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has released a series of short videos on the science of lighting for human health.

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NEMA Urges Restraint on Tariffs

Fearing negative effects on the U.S. electroindustry, the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) issued a statement in March warning of the potential effects  from import tariffs on steel and aluminum.

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