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Brought to you by the Illuminating Engineering Society, the IES Lighting Podcasts contain valuable insights into the art and science of quality lighting. Episodes focus on lighting education, the latest in lighting technology disruption, interviews with the lighting community’s most influential contributors, and more.

Dec 4, 2019

Probably no one in North America is more responsible for energy-saving dollars in lighting than James Brodrick over the last two decades. Jim reflects with Mark Lien on his work at the DOE and what he planning to do now and into the future.

Dec 4, 2019

The inventor and Noble Prize winner Shuji Nakamura discusses his invention of blue pump yellow phosphor white light LEDs and what he sees going forward.

Dec 4, 2019

Eunice Noell-Waggoner sits down with Terry McGowan and discusses her career signature research and crusade for more empathy in lighting design for seniors and those with low vision.

May 10, 2019

The purpose of this article is to evaluate from a biological standpoint the rationale for the establishment of a Circadian Lighting standard put forward by UL under the direction of Dr. Mark Rea of the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. This critique is limited in scope but also applies...

May 9, 2019

Whether you call it “circadian lighting,” “biologically effective lighting,” or some other name, the principle is the same: the color and intensity of light can be used to regulate the timing of our biological clocks, or “circadian rhythms.” For architects and lighting designers, this is an opportunity to...