It's 'easy' says one expert.
Academic studies are fine. But when you want the boss to approve millions for an overhaul, it sure would help if you could demonstrate the connection between lighting and the company's bottom line. A new toolkit aims to do just that.
Philips has teamed up with a horticultural research centre in Yorkshire to test the effects of different kinds of lights on how tomatoes grow.
If you want a Nobel Prize, you have to meet lofty expectations. So what has the blue LED done to earn its inventors the grand honour? For starters: It is bringing light to millions of people with no electricity.