A new labour agreement for LIST employees
Two years after the signing of its first Collective Labour Agreement, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) has successfully renegociated a union contract for a period of 3 years.
Resurrection plants work recognised by peers
At the FEBES workshop ReHope, two LIST researchers were awarded for their posters relative to their work about the resurrection plant called Craterostigma plantagineum.
Internet of Things or Internet of Hackable Things?
In the context of its activities in Information Technologies, LIST works in collaboration with the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD): focus on FNR AFR bilateral project (...)
Direct printing of sensors onto spacecraft parts
With LuxSpace, LIST is assessing innovative techniques for direct printing of thermal and strain sensors onto spacecraft parts.
The daily work of an RTO #1: BIM technology
LIST launches a series of short news, each representing a part of the new corporate video to be found on LIST video channel. The first issue of “The daily work of an RTO” series is focused on Building (...)
LIST Catchment and eco-hydrologists at TERENO 2018
On 8-12 October 2018, as part of its environmental research activities, LIST participated in the 2nd international TERENO conference which took place in Berlin (DE) and was organised by the Helmholtz (...)
Biotechnologies: distinction pour un chercheur LIST par la Fondation Marcel Florkin
Le LIST est heureux d’annoncer que l’un de ses chercheurs spécialisé dans le domaine des biotechnologies environnementales et industrielles s’est récemment vu décerné le prix biennal Marcel Florkin.
Environmental protection: new partnership with the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions
Within the framework of its environmental research activities, LIST signed a partnership agreement with the World Alliance, chaired by Bertrand Piccard, and the Department of the Environment of the (...)
RTOs, universities and innovation highlighted in Research Policy
Research and technology organizations, universities and the innovation activities of firms are the focus of a recent paper published in Research Policy and co-authored by a LIST researcher.
Discovering Dangerous Asteroids with Pan-STARRS1
On 27 September 2019, in the framework of its environmental activities and more precisely in the space sector, LIST invited Dr Jedicke from the Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii, for a (...)
LIST joins SENSA pilot team in South Africa
In the framework of its research project « Sustainable, Environmental & Safe tourism in protected areas » (SENSA2), researchers from the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) (...)