Remembering the Times Square Ball Project

Remembering the Times Square Ball Project

December 27, 2017

As a company, we have been fortunate to work on many high profile projects over the years, but one that remains close to all our hearts at Lighting Science was when we were asked to help work on the LED redesign of New York City’s Time Square Ball in 2008 and 2009. 

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An interview with Fred Maxik, inventor of the Sleepy Baby nursery lamp

An interview with Fred Maxik, inventor of the Sleepy Baby nursery lamp

May 01, 2017

Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with Lighting Science Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Fred Maxik, at his research and development lab to discuss the topic of human-centric lighting and the impact one of his inventions, the Sleepy Baby LED Nursery lamp, has had on the marketplace.

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Shift Workers Beware: Blue light at the wrong time can make you sick

Shift Workers Beware: Blue light at the wrong time can make you sick

March 10, 2017

Lack of Sleep Kills! It’s as simple as that. You would be amazed at the associated disease, injury, accidents, and deaths that our society is experiencing due to lack of sleep. Our “24/7” work, travel, and recreational lifestyles prove very challenging for a restful and sleep enhanced life.

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Our Five Best Selling LEDs of 2016

Our Five Best Selling LEDs of 2016

February 02, 2017

The results are in! With 2016 recently coming to a close, we crunched the numbers to see which of our industry-leading LEDs were our customers’ favorites last year.

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Heart Disease and Light: What Top Docs Want You to Know

Heart Disease and Light: What Top Docs Want You to Know

January 31, 2017

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women.  In the United States, one out of every four deaths is attributed to heart disease every year. Globally, nearly one-third of all deaths–17.5 million—were attributed to cardiovascular disease in 2012.

Wait…  What do lights have to do with heart disease?  Well, as it turns out, a lot.

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