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LED grow light module market to reach $1.8 billion by 2021

LED grow light module market to reach $1.8 billion by 2021

October 30, 2015: Worldwide markets for LED agricultural grow lights are growing as units support more efficient indoor growing. The LEDs are less costly than alternatives and save significantly on electricity costs. Rapid adoption of LED lighting in general is occurring. Rapid adoption of LED grow lights worldwide is occurring as systems provide peak growing efficiently. LED grow lights are ...

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Adolescents are more sensitive to light from phones, tablets and other backlit devices

Adolescents are more sensitive to light from phones, tablets and other backlit devices

By BizLED Bureau October 28, 2015: A study led by Professor Mariana Figueiro, Light & Health program director, Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, found that light from tablets can affect evening melatonin and may, therefore, delay sleep. Figueiro conducted a follow-up study called ?Self-luminous devices and melatonin suppression in adolescents,? that was published in the journal, Lighting ...

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Automotive lighting market will be $29.5 billion by 2020

Automotive lighting market will be $29.5 billion by 2020

October 28, 2015: A report on automotive lighting market published by MarketsandMarkets projects that the global automotive lighting market will grow at a CAGR of 7.95% from 2015 to 2020, and reach $29.5 billion by 2020. Asia-Oceania: fastest-growing market for automotive lighting The Asia-Oceania region comprises countries such as China, India, Japan, and South-Korea. The automotive lighting market is witnessing ...

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Researchers transform slow emitters into fast light sources

Researchers transform slow emitters into fast light sources

October 24, 2015: Researchers from Brown University, in collaboration with colleagues from Harvard, have developed a new way to control light from phosphorescent emitters at very high speeds. The technique provides a new approach to modulation that could be useful in all kinds of silicon-based nanoscale devices, including computer chips and other optoelectronic components. “Our results demonstrate relatively fast modulation ...

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