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UK ISLANDS TO ROLL OUT LED LIGHTING UPGRADEBy Amy on 12/22/2015 UK, the authorities of Shetland, announced the subartic archipelagos will be spending more than GBP 2 million (US $3.05 million) to upgrade its streetlights to LEDs.
LED LIT CANADIAN CITY LOOKS FAIRER NOW FROM SPACEBy Amy on 12/18/2015 A photo taken by Scott Kelly, an American astronaut from International Space Station (ISS) shows the effect of Canadian city Calgary’s LED streetlights conversion.
WIRELESS IMPLANTABLE LEDS COULD BLOCK PAIN SIGNALSBy Amy on 12/18/2015 Wireless Implantable LEDs Could Block Pain SignalsIn recent months, scientists have successfully developed flexible, implantable devices that can activate and, in theory, block pain signals in the body and spinal cord of mice before these signals reach the brain.
PHILIPS’ SALE OF LUMILEDS MAY BE BLOCKED BY U.S. REGULATORSBy Amy on 12/11/2015 Royal Philips has announced the sale of its $3.3 billion Lumileds business to Chinese investment consortium led by Go Scale Capital had run into unexpected opposition from the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS).
CREE AND EPISTAR CONSOLIDATE MARKET POSITION THROUGH LED PATENT CROSS-LICENSE AGREEMENTBy Amy on 08/13/2015 On August 4, Cree and Epistar announced the signing of a worldwide patent cross-license agreement. The agreement lays out the strategies these two global LED manufacturers have on maintaining marketing positions through patent advantages.