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Light Symposium Wismar Will Explore Light and Health Issues
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Light Symposium Wismar Will Explore Light and Health Issues

The three-day forum will take place Oct. 12 – 14 in Wismar, Germany. Read more

Beyond Illumination: Meet the World’s Two Smartest Office Towers
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Beyond Illumination: Meet the World’s Two Smartest Office Towers

Connected Lighting Powers Breakthrough Buildings in Amsterdam and Toronto Read more

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Call for Speakers: Lightfair 2017
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Call for Speakers: Lightfair 2017

Sept. 9 is the deadline for seminar and speaker proposals. Read more

LEDs Shed New Light on Sports
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LEDs Shed New Light on Sports

Solid-state lighting is making inroads in professional stadiums, redefining the... Read more

A Look Behind ESI Design's Interactive Media Wall at Terrell Place
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A Look Behind ESI Design's Interactive Media Wall at Terrell Place

The building in Washington, D.C., features nearly 5 million LEDs installed on... Read more

NEMA’s Electroindustry Business Conditions Index Stays Positive in July
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NEMA’s Electroindustry Business Conditions Index Stays Positive in July

HID lamp shipments are down while linear fluorescent LEDs make significant gains... Read more

Electric Icon
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Electric Icon

Boston's Citgo sign begins landmarks approval process. Read more

LRC Director Mark Rea to take Academic Sabbatical
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LRC Director Mark Rea to take Academic Sabbatical

Mariana Figueiro, LRC Light & Health Program Director, named Acting Director. Read more

Shirley Coyle New IES President
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Shirley Coyle New IES President

Coyle will serve the 2016 – 2017 term for the society. Read more

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