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UNESCO's International Day of Light debuts in Paris


Britain unveils space program plan

The UK may soon lose access to the Galileo space project, a joint venture between the nations of the EU trade bloc, despite being their largest spender. Galileo is the satellite navigation system which was first launched in 2003 to reduce Europe's... Read more >>

Smart lighting market expanding at 20% CAGR to surpass $24bn by 2024

The smart lighting market growth is attributed to worldwide initiatives for smart city development and the growing popularity of home and building automation systems in residential, commercial, and industrial sectors. As the modernized smart city... Read more >>

Roadmap paves way for carbon positive future

Australia's built environment can lead the world in creating a carbon positive future and offers more opportunities and lower costs to help ease the transition required to reduce emissions across other more challenging economic sectors.

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LRC Graduate Student Wins Thesis Prize for Research on Lighting Technology
The “THINKLIGHT: Embracing Changes Forum” provides an industry platform for the global lighting community
Philips Lighting is now Signify
CSIRO spotlights beautiful but deadly diseases at VIVID Sydney
LRC Professor to chair task group developing circadian lighting recommended practice
GEMS Act Review