The Lighting Research Center is the world's leading university-based research and education organization devoted to lighting—from technologies to applications and energy use, from design to health and vision.
On April 6, 2016, the LRC and the Larson Transportation Institute at Penn State University presented a workshop to share recent research results on warning light effectiveness. Read more...
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Lighting tailored to the needs of an individual can improve sleep and reduce depression and agitation in persons with Alzheimer’s disease, according to a recent study led by Dr. Mariana Figueiro, the LRC's Light & Health Program Director Full story...
Light and Health Alliance — A collaborative initiative now forming to bridge the science of light and health to practical applications, and to provide objective information based on basic and applied research.
Lighting Energy Alliance — Conducting research to increase the benefits of lighting while reducing its environmental and monetary costs.
Partners Program - Collaboration of academia, industry, public benefit agencies, and government to advance the effective use of light.