Researchers from Taiwan's National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) and lighting expert Prof. George C. Brainard (one of the principle investigators of the SSL program for the International Space Station) have teamed up for a public call for the adoption of healthier lights.

Good lights save life (NTHU & ISS)

The researchers aim to collaboration to accelerate the development of healthier lights, which are connected to a range of health problems, including breast and prostate cancers. NTHU's blue-light free candle-light OLEDs may prove to be a good solution to night time lighting.

The press conferences was also attended by Wah Hong Industrial Corp (which supplies color conversion films for NTHU's OLED team), Ultimate Image Corporation and OLED material producer Shine Materials.



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