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BIOS Lighting Salutes 60 Years of NASA Research

by devadmin | April 18, 2019

BIOS proudly salutes the men and women of NASA past and present, including two of our own – Robert Soler and Neil Yorio – who have worked with the agency for a combined 20 years pioneering LED lighting technology.…

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Meet BIOS Lighting at MJBizCon 2018

by devadmin | November 4, 2018

Once again BIOS Lighting will be featuring our growing Icarus® product line at this year’s MJBizCon in Las Vegas, and bringing the entire Cannabis team to the show! Click Here to Pre-Schedule a Meeting BIOS Lighting at MJBizCon As…

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BIOS Lighting Innovator to Speak at Cannabis Collaborative Conference in Portland Feb. 16

by MMGBios | January 16, 2017

Neil Yorio to Discuss LED Lighting Technology for Sustainable Cannabis Production January 17, 2017 – BIOS Lighting, a manufacturer and recognized innovator of LED lighting solutions for biological and agricultural industries, today announced that BIOS co-founder and VP of…

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BIOS Lighting Announces Academic Partnership with Utah State University

by ethos | September 12, 2016

Collaboration with Dr. Bruce Bugbee and University Laboratory for Photobiological Research September 12, 2016 – BIOS (Biological Innovation and Optimization Systems) has entered into an academic partnership with Bruce Bugbee, PhD, Professor in the Plants, Soils and Climate Department…

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Canada’s Island Garden Embraces the Future of Cannabis Production by Installing BIOS’ Icarus LED Grow Fixtures.

by ethos | September 8, 2016

As the Cannabis market continues to expand in North America, many commercial production entrepreneurs have begun stepping into the future with LED grow lighting technology.  Edwin Jewell of Canada’s Island Garden has spent a career on commercial plant production…

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Dangers of Toxic Mercury in HPS

by ethos | September 8, 2016

Many growers don’t realize that toxic chemicals shower their plants with every HPS bulb that explodes. In its vaporized form, Mercury is at its most dangerous state.  As the public becomes more and more aware of this dirty little…

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