When Wuppertal wanted to convert 14 miles of disused railway into a bike and walking path, it had a problem: Bats lived in the tunnels, they're a threatened species and they don't like light. Digital controls and directional lighting to the rescue.
Now you can see those famous Michelangelo works and others without straining.
Not content with winning a Nobel Prize for his blue LED, which kicked off the LED lighting revolution, Shuji Nakamura now plans to shake up the world of 'human-centric' lighting with new technology based on violet LEDs.
Genoa lands a quiet first round of €3.5 million to coordinate projects in Belfast, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, Crete and Lithuania.