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World's thinnest ever light bulb produced

By taking advantages of the properties of graphene, scientists have created the thinnest light bulb ever. The bulb is the size of a silicon chip.

Video: Light bulb explosions caught with high-speed photography

Chemist and photographer Jonathan Smith loves to fill light bulbs with unusual objects, shoot them with a pellet gun and capture the beautiful effects using high-speed photography.

UK Worker Traveled 175 Miles to Change Light Bulb

A report produced by the union that represents probation workers in the UK has revealed that in several cases maintenance staff employed by the country's Probation Service are traveling hundreds of miles to perform tasks such as changing a light bulb.

GE's OLED: The light bulb of the future isn't a light bulb at all?

New organic LED (OLED) technology will make home lamps, office lamps, bedside lamps, and wall lamps things of the past. The light bulb of the future isn't even a light bulb at all. It's a sheet.

Alumunium Foil the Future of Lighting

And God said 'Let There Be Light' according to the Bible's Book of Genesis. Ever since, humans have sought one form of "artificial" light or another to illumine the dark. At first there was fire, then candles and oil and kerosene lamps.

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