Light + Health

Controls, Light + Health

Using LLLC Occupancy Sensors To Improve Indoor Air Quality

A University of Oregon researcher makes an interesting case for how Luminaire Level Lighting Controls (LLLC) sensors can improve indoor air quality and human health. Over the last year, returning to offices and schools in a pandemic increased awareness of indoor disease transmission, energy consumption, and overall indoor environmental quality.

Light + Health, Products + Technology

5 Tech Trends That Will Dominate Facility Management In 2022

New technologies are creating novel tools to pursue healthy and sustainable buildings. At the same time, North America is moving toward a post-pandemic, new normal.

Light + Health, Products + Technology

Product Monday: Commercial Ceiling Fan With Upper-Room GUV

Greenheck, a provider of air movement equipment, announced the incorporation of patented Northern Light® UV-C technology into its line of AMPLIFY™ overhead HVLS fans, today.

Light + Health

The Critical Importance Of Proper Hospital Lighting

A study in the UK highlights the critical importance of proper hospital lighting, as well as other healthcare buildings. According to the study, patients who were served in a newly renovated hospital were able to be released a day and a half earlier than those who were served in the old buildings.

Light + Health

Legrand Announces Publication of Research Study Demonstrating Indigo-Clean Light Technology Effectively and Safely Kills SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza A Viruses

Legrand recently announced the publication of research showing its Kenall Indigo‑Clean light disinfection technology effectively and safely inactivates SARS-CoV-2 and influenza A viruses in a range of real-world clinical settings. The study was published in partnership with the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Light + Art, Light + Health

Nurse Builds “Light of Appreciation”

Colorado nurse Laura Weiss temporarily came out of retirement to help her colleagues vaccinated thousands of people against COVID-19 in Boulder, jabbing as many as a thousand people a day. She marked the effort with an homage to healthcare heroes, a chandelier constructed from empty vaccine vials.

Light + Health

LHRC Releases Version 2.0 of Circadian Stimulus Calculator

The Light and Health Research Center (LHRC) at Mount Sinai has released an extensively revised version of its free, open-access circadian stimulus (CS) calculator based on recent advances in the understanding of light’s effects on the human circadian system.

Education + Resources, Light + Health

LHRC Announces Online Educational Offerings for September 2021

The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Light and Health Research Center (LHRC) is running two concurrent online educational programs starting in September 2021.

Light + Health

IES Webinar: Light and Health Research Updates from Harvard, Mt. Sinai, Stanford, and Thomas Jefferson

On July 15, 2021, from 12 – 1:30 PM ET, the Illuminating Engineering Society will host a special webinar providing updates on light and health research from three leading institutions.

Light + Health

Lighting Design on the Moon

What does lighting design look like on the Moon? Danish lighting brand Louis Poulsen partnered with SAGA Space Architects to answer this question.


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