Human centric lighting has got Gordon Routledge hot under the cauldron.
A new way to measure colour rendering that is set to replace the traditional CRI metric has been unveiled and has won the backing of the US Government.
Lux Today newscast 9 September 2015: A school in Norway has become the first in the world to pioneer tuneable light that changes to boost wellbeing and improve academic performance
A unique chandelier crashes to the ground in India; the world's longest LED tunnel is unveiled and Bayern Munich's stadium gets a colourful makeover.
Lux Today reports on Cooper Lighting's massive fluorescent recall in the US. The sector's major stories in a three-minute news wrap.
Plus: the underground farm that uses LED lighting to grow salad for London's top restaurants, and spy lights: cool or creepy?
Kosnic's Kurve modular luminaire is the company's first UK-designed and manufactured LED fitting, and part of its brand new LED luminaire range. The three lay-in, recessed design is a retrofit recessed 600x600mm solution, and is ideal for commercial and retail fit-outs.
Potentially fatal LED lamps have been seized at UK borders as authorities try to protect consumers from hazardous products. Emma-Lily Pendleton reports on the real cost of cheap LEDs.
Yet another study warns of the health effects of blue wavelength light, such as LEDs. But it's not all bad.