BIOS Partnerships

Scientific partners in industry, government and academics

BIOS Lighting staff partners with universities and organizations leading the development of biologically optimized LED lighting and controls technology. These lighting technology development partners include:

  1. LEAF: LEAF is a plug and plant system controlled by your smart phone for precise control and automated growing. We are working closely with their engineering team to integrate custom lighting into the sleek design.  See close-ups of the integration in our posted video: https://bioslighting.com/thankyou-mjbizcon/
  2. Indoor Harvest: Indoor Harvest Corp. (OTCQB:INQD) is a developer of personalized Cannabis medicines and a provider of advanced cultivation methods and processes.  We are working with Indoor Harvest to test the effects of environmental stimuli (including light quality and intensity) on the production of terpenoid profiles in Cannabis in addition to integrating their HVAC systems and signal networking with custom LED lighting systems.  Read our Press Release and supporting documents here: https://bioslighting.com/indoor-harvest-partnership/
  3. Denver Relief: Denver Relief is one of the leading organizations working to bring cannabis to both the recreational and medicinal markets safely and responsibly for consumers in Colorado. We are testing programs with them on spectrums and other environmental factors to help growers improve quality with higher chemical profiles and increase their yields. Current results are showing increased yields of at least 10 percent or more.
  4. Aquaculture TK: Aquaculture has several commercial applications in drugs and beauty products we commonly use every day, including anti-inflammatories and sunscreen. Creating reef-like environments in which these marine organisms will thrive is essential to further research and development in this field. We are working with TK to develop lighting systems that mimic the essential components of the light spectrum they would naturally see in the ocean. This will enable scientists to re-create these environments in an industrial setting, maximizing the benefits gained from these reef organisms without disturbing our delicate ocean ecosystems.
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Northwestern University logo
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Pinnacle Architectual Lighting logo
Volt Server Digital Electricity logo
Ledra Brands logo
American Cannabis Company logo
MJardin Premium Cannabis Logo
Denver Relief Consulting logo
Borroughs Corporation logo
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