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February 9th, 2010

RTI says its new lighting is better

Abstract:
Not happy with the fluorescent glow emanating from the bank of lights over your cubicle?

RTI International says it may have a solution. The Research Triangle Park think tank announced Monday that it has developed new lighting based on nanoscale technologies that produce purer light and do so more efficiently than the common incandescent bulb.

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