The 11-kilometre Toven Tunnel in Norway, has become the world's longest to be lit entirely by LEDs.
In our latest Lux Today newscast, the Paris Metro is looking into transmitting internet via its LED lights; and find out what happened when lighting was improved on crime-ridden New York housing projects - you'll be surprised.
Gordon Routledge, lighting expert and publisher of Lux, investigates a widely held belief about insects’ lighting preferences
Bats are disturbed by light. It affects their feeding, their roosting and their flying paths, say the experts. So how exactly does it disturb them? This special Lux webinar will examine what we can do about it.
All the latest on lighting in your three-minute newscast. Does switching off streetlights at night really lead to an increase in crime and road accidents? Plus: How turtles react to lighting, and a sharp fall in profits at industrial luminaire maker Dialight.
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?
Lux's technical editor Alan Tulla considers safety and glare at outside car parks, and suggests three lighting solutions.
Eating al fresco is one of life's great joys. And when the sun goes down, you'll need some good lighting. Alan Tulla weighs up the options.
It's a mixed bag for organic light-emitting diodes. They're improving and prices are dropping, but LEDs will stay ahead of them until the next big thing comes along, according to a new research note.