May 21st - 22nd 2022
Nature Bit 'Dark Sky' Texel
Nightlife from different perspectives.
Did you ever think about experiencing the night through the eyes of a bat? Or how (artificial) light influences your biological clock, sleep rhythm and energy levels?
If so, join Nature Bit to one of the last places where the milky way can be observed in the Netherlands and learn about the effects of light and darkness on nightlife and humans.
May 24th 2022
15.00 - 16.30 CEST
deLIGHTed talks #3
The Right Light at the Right Time – Bright Days, Dark Nights
The Good Light Group, together with the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (SLTBR), the Daylight Academy (DLA), the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD), and Luger Research (LR), are organizing and presenting the “The Right Light at the Right Time – Bright Days, Dark Nights” lectures. The webinar explains the need for a good day and night light based on scientific evidence and practical experience.
June 7th 2022
15:00 - 14:00 CEST
SunLED free webinar
Seaborough has developed and patented technology that can easily be integrated into everyday lighting products.
The SunLED technology will be explained by:
Pieter Six - CEO of Seaborough
Dr. Anne Berends - Program Director SunLED
Dr. Marijke Gordijn - CEO Chrono@Work; expert on effects of light on health
Owen Zachariasse - Senior Director JLL Work Dynamics
June 23rd 2022
16.00 - 17.00 CEST
June 23rd - 25th 2022
SLTBR 2022 - 33rd Annual Meeting
The program committee of SLTBR is preparing an excellent program with three symposia dedicated to fundamental, applied and clinical new insights. The CME course will be filled with lectures on the current status of the use of melatonin.
In addition, they will organize a young scientists symposium, a poster session with wine & cheese, and, of course, a banquet.
Every last Monday of each month
Let's talk about light and health
A monthly Q&A following interviews with experts in light and health organized by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Hosted by Randy Reid of the NLB; produced by Allison Thayer of the LHRC
Last Monday of each month at 12:00 PM, ET
Hold the coffee: Perking up the office with light with Bryan Steverson, MA
Summer School “Measuring Light and Illumination”
Using Horace Bénédict de Saussure’s cyanometer (1789) for measuring the colour of the sky as a starting point, you will develop an interdisciplinary understanding of measurement and characterisation of light and illumination.
30 days good light experience
The Good Light Group will challenge several people, working from a home office, to experience good light for a period of one month in 2021.