LED Inventor Nick Holonyak Reflects on Discovery 50 Years Later

EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO (October 9, 2012) - Fifty years ago today, 33-year-old GE scientist Dr. Nick Holonyak, Jr., invented the first practical visible-spectrum light-emitting diode (LED), a device that GE colleagues at the time called "the magic one" because its light, unlike infrared lasers, was visible to the human eye.
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Energy-efficient lighting solutions for indoors and outdoors at LME

GE Lighting (NYSE: GE), an industry leader in major lighting solutions for commercial, industrial and residential use, is showcasing its latest range of energy-efficient lighting solutions for indoor and outdoor applications, as well as putting the spotlight on its latest project accomplishments in the region at Light Middle East.
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