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A 'Smart' Lighting Revolution - LIGHT MATTERS 08.2017

In this episode, we take you to a U.S. National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York. Researchers there are leading the charge for "smart" lighting technologies that have the power to transform the way we live, work and communicate. And we'll show you a new polymer material that is active independently when exposed to light.

To find out more about the "Smart Lighting Revolution" going on at RPI, be sure to check out Light Matters Extra.

Make sure to visit the Photonics Media Bookstore for the latest in our book compilation series, including the newest title, Optical Fabrication.

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