Webinar: Can you REALLY measure human-centric lighting?

Webinar: Can you REALLY measure human-centric lighting?

Human-centric lighting has been the buzz-phrase of the past couple of years. It has its basis in sound scientific research, but what does that research actually say? Prof. Christian Cajochen of University of Basel blows away the marketing fog and explains what’s really going on.

Join the Lux Webinar community

Join the Lux Webinar community

Every other Wednesday a growing number of lighting professionals are sitting down to enjoy an hour of information and technical entertainment with the Lux Webinar Series.

REVIEWED  Suspended direct/indirect luminaires

Suspended direct/indirect luminaires

If you want a better looking installation, more comfortable working conditions and a change from boring flat panels, then a suspended direct/indirect luminaire is the answer. We review the best on the market...

10 quick wins with lighting for facilities managers

10 quick wins with lighting for facilities managers

There must be things that the hard-pressed facilities manager can do to make their job just a little bit easier, and maybe save a bit of money for better things. Here’s a list of actions that shouldn’t take too much effort to work out and which should see immediate benefits.

Lux two-minute explainer: Flicker

Lux two-minute explainer: Flicker

Flicker is something that used to happen. Electronics saved us from fluorescent lamp flicker, but it's letting us down when it comes to some LEDs.

12 things we learned at Emergency Lighting 2016

12 things we learned at Emergency Lighting 2016

Take a room full of industry professionals and get them talking about all the issues that exercise them. How could there possibly be a better way to spend a day? The Lux Emergency Lighting Conference 2016 was held at the Cavendish Conference Centre, London on Thursday 25th February.

How to spec emergency lights at world's greenest building

How to spec emergency lights at world's greenest building

The Edge in Amsterdam has been certified as the most sustainable office building in the world by Breeam, with an 'Outstanding' rating and a highest ever score of 98.36 per cent. But it also challenges prevailing attitudes towards emergency lighting.