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The Next Generation of Lighting for our Homes and our Health

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Our meetings are open to anyone with an interest in the topic. Light refreshments available from 19:00

LED lighting is good for our health, long lasting, dimmable, contains no mercury and is very low energy. So what is preventing its widespread use? The answer is cost. This talk will describe how research at Cambridge will significantly reduce the cost of LED lighting in our homes and offices. The talk will also describe the exploitation of Cambridge research by Plessey, which plans to manufacture 500 million LEDs per year at its factory in Plymouth, based on the Cambridge technology.

This talk is part of the Cambridge and Anglian Materials Society meetings series.

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