Crystallin® Orange and Gold97 Study and Task Lights are Designed with Your Eyes in Mind

Crystallin Orange Study Light uses an innovative liquid crystal-based film developed by Light Polymers, making it the superior choice in desktop lighting for long hours of study. The unique orange spectrum increases attentiveness yet reduces eye fatigue making it a desired lighting spectrum for long work hours. A task lamp using the Crystallin Gold97 spectrum...

Light Polymers Signs Agreement To Provide Liquid Polarized® With Next Generation Polarized Sunglasses Technology

Nanochemistry startup Light Polymers recently reached an agreement with Liquid Polarized to collaborate on the next generation of polarized sunglasses and eyewear. Light Polymers’ polarizing film wafers will be included in a variety of eyewear products from Liquid Polarized and their brand Rock Wilson®. This agreement with Liquid Polarized allows Light Polymers to advance lyotropic liquid...

Lighting That Makes You Look Your Best

Have you ever left a hair or beauty salon and sworn that you will never come back? The hair or beauty salon business is based on your satisfaction in the way you look – so you keep coming back again and again. The cut, shape and the color of your hair when you leave the...

GrowBlade™ Alpha Test Participant Open Ag Supply Presents at Milken Institute California Summit

The Milken Institute California Summit was held November 8th in Los Angeles, California. The Milken Institute works to support the three pillars of their mission: widening access to capital, creating jobs and improving health. The Milken California Summit was organized because: “…persistent challenges related to human capital, infrastructure, water, and taxes threaten to impede economic...

Next Generation LED Lighting for Plants, Fish, and Animals

Next generation LED lighting now makes it possible to provide plants, fish and farm animals with specially designed spectra that are significant improvements over daylight and older fixed spectrum lights. Exciting research into varied light spectra and daylight cycles is exploring the range of impacts that lighting can have on living things. This new knowledge...

Chemical & Engineering News Features Nanochemistry Startup Light Polymers

Light Polymers, a nanochemistry startup based in San Francisco, was featured in Chemical & Engineering News with a focus on their lyotropic materials technology. Light Polymers unique lyotropic formulations are being employed in various applications from circular polarizers for OLED displays to highly efficient photonic films. Chemical & Engineering News spoke with a number of...

Light Polymers’ VP Sandor Schoichet and the GrowBlade™ are featured in Maximum Yield

Light Polymers’ VP of Grow Products, Sandor Schoichet, has been featured in Maximum Yield magazine as a guest contributor, talking about Light Polymers’ GrowBlade product line and lyotropic materials technology. Light Polymers’ GrowBlade is a horticultural lighting product that provides the optimum light spectrum for plant growth. The GrowBlade takes advantage of Light Polymers’ groundbreaking...

Light Polymers Featured in OLED Display Article on V3

Light Polymers’ Head of Product Development, Dr. Evgeny Morozov, was featured as a contributing author in V3, an online technology and electronics publication. With the new prominence of OLED device displays in the late 2017 market consumers are interested in the future of OLED technology. OLED displays offer enhanced picture quality and durability when compared...

High CRI Lighting for Improved Ergonomics and Wellbeing

On October 2, 2017, the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded to a team studying the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms. The laureates discovered how light synchronizes the biological clock in various species. Due in part to work like this, artificial lighting has been increasingly recognized as a significant factor in our health...

Understanding Nanosuspension Technology

Nanosuspension Technology is an innovative field that has an important role to play in many applications, including construction, displays, lighting, and pharmaceuticals. Light Polymers’ proprietary lyotropic materials have amphiphilic properties – they have both hydrophobic and hydrophilic parts in the molecule. These amphiphilic materials can be used as efficient viscosity modifiers and create suspensions without...