Biggest ever Light + Building opens in Frankfurt

The industry's mega-show has begun in Germany... and already the competition to have the most efficient light is under way. Lux Today newscast for Tuesday 15 March 2016 with Courtney Ferguson.

Chinese are back and bidding for Philips

Sonny Wu of Go Scale Capital is believed to be bidding for Philips Lighting followed a bar on his bid for Lumileds. PLUS: Cisco and Cree in IoT deal, and the analyst who thinks the business needs to re-invent itself. Lux Today newscast for 8 March with Courtney Ferguson.

Lasers are the future, says LED inventor

The inventor of the blue LED, Nobel Prize winner Shuji Nakamura, says laser diodes have 'compelling advantages' over LEDs. PLUS: The biggest LED order in history; and we interview new Harvard CEO Paul Hussey. Lux Today webcast 2 March 2016 with Courtney Ferguson.

'No future for OLEDs' in general lighting, says Osram

Organic LEDs will have no future in general lighting - that's the verdict of one of the world's biggest investors in the technology. PLUS: How to protect the lighting specification - we interview leading lighting designer Regina Santos. Lux Today newscast Feb 23 2016 with Courtney Ferguson.

Apple move ‘acknowledges blue light dangers’

Apple tackles issue of blue light in its devices PLUS: Dubai fire blamed on lighting installation and why the National Health Service in the UK Is spending £1m on lights for patients. Lux Today 2 February with Courtney Ferguson.

Apple, Sony unveil lighting innovations

Global tech brands Apple and Sony both reveal new luminaire designs while in our featured interview we talk to iGuzzini Middle East chief Richard Holmes. Lux Today webcast for Jan 26 2016 by Courtney Ferguson.

A last-minute reprieve for the incandescent lamp?

Can the light bulb escape the axe? PLUS: Interview with Nick Farraway, Cree European chief, and organisers of LuxLive Middle East unveil their plans. Lux Today 19 January 2016 presented by Courtney Ferguson.