LEDs Health and Wellbeing - Jul 24th, 2023
News & resources on SSL technology designed to support human health, wellbeing, and environmental stewardship
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July 24, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s Lighting for Health & Wellbeing newsletter for July 24, 2023. We cover several distinct aspects of lighting’s impact on wellbeing in this month’s edition. At the top, Mark Halper describes a new circadian technology study that will be carried out aboard the International Space Station. Yes, hundreds of miles above Earth, a tunable lighting system from Saga Space Architects will be used to regulate the day/night cycles that astronauts need for the best rest and focus during their time on board.

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Life can be disorienting with 16 sunrises and 16 sunsets in a 24-hour period. Next month, a Danish astronaut will start to trial a normalizing illumination system 260 miles above Earth.
The International Solid-State Lighting Alliance calls on lighting manufacturers to focus on efficiency, especially pertinent in developing economies.
LED developer says NightScape technology delivers blue light levels below 2% to meet stringent outdoor lighting regulations.
The Austrian lighting group is hereby committed to reducing CO2 emissions along the entire value chain in line with science-based net-zero targets.
TRILUX took back existing LC60 linear luminaires, stripped them down for repurposing and recycling, and equipped the refurbished luminaires with energy efficient LEDs and drivers.
Using machine-learning technology to emulates nature's dawn-to-dusk cycle, the virtual skylight gradually changes in color and intensity to mimic the sky’s hues at any time of day.
Speaker submissions require an abstract and clear, measurable learning objectives for proposed sessions. Prospective speakers are encouraged to submit their presentations directly to the portal.
With $9.6 million in funding over five years from the Department of Energy, ACEEE and partner organizations will establish the National Energy Codes Collaborative, a nationwide capacity building network empowering states and jurisdictions to ensure the next generation of new homes and buildings are built to be energy efficient.
Buildings have an outsized impact on our mental health. What does that mean for owners and managers? Learn more in our ICYMI podcast.