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12.09.2016 |

TRILUX demonstrate ongoing commitment to circadian lighting with sponsorship of Health & Wellbeing Conference on 22nd September 2016

By influencing our sleep-wake cycles, the right kind of light can have a profound effect on your mood, productivity and health. It can make us work more effectively, recover quicker from illness and generally feel better. As research into the affects light can have on the body and mind advances, scientists are gradually starting to recognise the implications. This is a topic TRILUX have been researching extensively, alongside their product development, and features in their popular Akademie seminars.

TRILUX have further demonstrated their dedication to the subject by sponsoring the Lux Health & Wellbeing Conference on 22nd September 2016 at the Cavendish Conference Centre, London.

The day, which runs from 9am, includes exclusive presentations by keynote speakers including Katharina Wulff Phd, Oxford University and Alexandra Hammond, NHS Foundation Trust, plus interactive sessions, live interviews and ends with a networking drinks reception.

One of the well regarded keynote speakers on the day will be, TRILUX’s very own Business Development Director, Helen Loomes, who is presenting the complex topic of how human centric lighting can support hormonal balance in shift work and the moral implications that surround it.

With over 30 years’ experience in the lighting world, Helen is an active member of the Society of Light and Lighting, who was recently awarded her a Fellowship.

This event follows TRILUX Akademie’s successful hosting of a Human Centric Lighting Conference earlier this year, at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. The occasion, which showcased the latest research from top academics Debra Skene and Rob Lucas, was attended by interested parties from across the world of lighting, including lighting and interior designers, architects and consultants.

The sponsorship of the Health & Wellbeing conference provides yet another example of TRILUX’s commitment to investment in research, support of academic discussion and development of solutions that incorporate circadian lighting.

If you are interested in attending the conference visit: http://lightingforhealthandwellbeing.com/