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How to light your work area

Light-Wise: Elevate your work-life balance by improving your circadian rhythm

Now that you have, hopefully, taken the decision to do something pro-active with your home-working environment there is a further choice you can make that really elevates the benefits of upgrading your lighting to office standards; upgrading it to Biodynamic ...

Lighting for home-working; It’s easy

In my first blog post of this series, Lighting for home-working; you need it! I raised some of the important factors that home-workers and their employers need to consider, especially with regards the need for home-workplace lighting that is fit-for-purpose. ...
The right light for home working

Lighting for the home-working; you need it!

With so many recent newcomers to the concept of working-from-home the quality of the home workspace has, quite rightly, become a major topic of conversation and discussion.  However, just a cursory search of the internet, LinkedIn, or even the Leesman Index highlights, actually ...

The long night’s moon 

In Mark's final blog of the series he looks at the moon during the winter and some well known stars. In the late autumn and winter months the full moon spends the longest time at night above the horizon than ...

The wanderers

In Mark's third stargazing blog he considers the wandering planets. In contrast to needing patience watching shooting stars, which appear and disappear at random, in the blink of an eye, observing planets is the complete opposite. Most are bright and ...

Exploding ‘stars’  

Our second stargazing blog investigates exploding stars. Meteor showers are named after the constellation in the patch of sky that they appear to radiate from. If you draw a line back from where you see them they will all appear ...

Nights out under the stars

The night sky provided a welcome distraction while we were all experiencing isolation and the frustration of being in lockdown. Coinciding with a long lasting spell of unusual, pollution free, clear nights, it gave us all an opportunity to expand ...
Sunlight providing A, B and C rays

Shining a light on infection

At Fusion Spaces we are always actively seeking new Fusionaries who have innovative technology and solutions that will support the wellbeing of humans. With the global pandemic we have an unprecedented amount of problems to solve so we’ve invited Jim ...
Mark Payne-Gill filming tadpoles

Lockdown wildlife under a lens

As a wildlife cameraman, there’s no escaping it requires a lot of travelling, searching for exotic and unusual animal stories to film, for the most iconic wildlife TV series. These include Attenborough’s Life of Birds, Life of Mammals, Blue Planet, ...
Healthy diet healthy mind

That gut feeling

Your gut is an amazingly complex world, which is so much more than simply a place for digestion. Housing 70% of our immune system, the gut hosts a high-level network of cells known as our gut-associated lymphoid tissue. It makes ...
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