Tracking assets in a building using the lights is taking a major step closer this month as major supplier Osram unveils a simplified version of the technology.
Customised lighting has been installed in a Danish psychiatric hospital in a bid to cut aggressive behaviour and conflicts between patients and staff.
Scandinavian airline SAS has fitted its premium waiting area at Oslo Airport with a collection of tunable LED lights to help passengers dose up with stimulation or relaxation as they see fit.
A Norwegian hospital is using orange light to reduce hyperactivity and anxiety in psychiatric patients.
A major research project on the effects of bright light therapy on dementia patients has been launched in Norway.
Ground-breaking research appears to show that flickering light can retard or prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
The US government is to investigate how so-called human-centric lighting can improve the performance of healthcare workers in emergency rooms.
Sleep coach Nick Littlehales helps elite athletes to achieve peak performance by promoting healthy sleep cycles. He tells Kam Dhatt why light is fundamental to success
Ambulance crews are finding it more and more difficult to find the homes of 999 callers, as local authorties around the country opt to turn off street lights in order to save money. But, in an an emergency, seconds count and some say the great switch-off is putting lives at risk.
In our latest design clinic Lux's technical editor, Alan Tulla, considers the best ways to light a treatment room.
A UV expert will consider the possibilities of UV lighting at next week’s Lighting Fixture Design conference in central London. UV can be used for a wide spectrum of applications, but most importantly it can be utilised to prevent infection, something that could bring wide ranging benefits not only to British hospital wards, but to people living in third world nations.