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The Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is the world’s leading center for lighting research and education.
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Research Center Director Dr. Mariana Figueiro featured in
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Ben Gibbons Sep 18
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LRC Sep 17
National Institute on Aging Awards $4 Million for Light & Health Research to Research Center. Dr. Mariana Figueiro, LRC Director will serve as Principal Investigator. Learn more at
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Peter Veto Sep 14
Very cool. Both the research and the video - more labs should do this!
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John D. Bullough Sep 14
Video from highlighting some of the transportation-related research at
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LEDs Magazine Sep 7
Research from continues to stamp mile markers on the roadmap - Find a perspective on the journey in today's blog!
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Leora Radetsky Sep 7
Partner's day always brings inspiring and thought-provoking conversations for me, too!
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Ziggy Sep 7
Great panel, inspiring and educational. Happy to hear about ways that everyone is looking forward and... peripherally
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LRC Sep 6
Research Center Partners enjoying presentations by Mariana Figueiro and Ziggy Majumdar at
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LEDs Magazine Sep 6
33 projects in 33 slides in 33 minutes!
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Leora Radetsky Sep 6
UL Task Group provides an update on their development of a recommended practice to support circadian entrainment in daytime work environments
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LEDs Magazine Sep 6
. panel prepares to present the latest updates on the Task Group Project in developing metrics
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LRC Sep 6
LRC Ziggy Majumdar presenting at on photoceuticals, UV light, germicide, mixing in new wavelengths, using light in innovative ways
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USAI Lighting Sep 6
We’re enjoying the fascinating discussions at on research being done and how the industry can help built environments achieve healthy results for occupants.
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LEDs Magazine Sep 6
Ziggy Majumdar from sees many exciting opportunities in being used in customized medical/health treatment, diagnostics, sensing, all while saving approximately 1% of US annual energy use
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LEDs Magazine Sep 6
Professor Erik Runkle @ODP_CANR_MSU schools the group on how NOT to apply human perception bias to plants in developing
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LRC Sep 6
In the future may become more of a service industry, helping end users get exactly what they want or need, says
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LRC Sep 6
"Divided we fall" Mark Lien says industry must join together to educate the public. "Funding research in light and health is a great opportunity for public outreach and education."
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LEDs Magazine Sep 6
Business & thought leader Paul Schoemaker says "look always thru the lens of are we developing reconvertible, reconfigurable skills and capabilities" for industry success
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LRC Sep 6
Peripheral vision "seeing at the edges" is key. Insular industry must stop speaking to itself and reach out to those outside their limited circle says Paul Schoemaker
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