LIST’s 40 success stories
In our Annual Report, you will find a whole series of success stories of which LIST is proud, including innovative research projects, unique infrastructures, fruitful partnerships, and dedicated (...)
Guarantee optimal recovery from COVID-19 crisis thanks to Machine Learning
How do we reconcile economic recovery and the risk of a new pandemic? Jean-Sébastien Sottet reveals the importance of the REBORN project in the identification of adequate deconfinement measures.
Plotting COVID-19 evolution with comprehensive graphs
Creating graphs is key way of digesting knowledge and obtaining a snap shot of evolution of Coronavirus. This is the focus of HKG4COVID project
Making the mountains of COVID-19 research publications accessible
The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in mountains of information and research publications available worldwide, so how do you find specific Coronavirus information you need?
Polybenzoxazines, a new generation of bio-based plastics
On the occasion of the 4th International Symposium on Polybenzoxazines, organized by LIST, Laura Puchot and Pierre Verge answered our 3 questions on the subject.
LIST and 3D-Oxides invest in the hydrogen sector
LIST and the company 3D-Oxides set up a joint laboratory to accelerate the discovery of new functional materials allowing the development of the Hydrogen sector in Luxembourg.
Detecting COVID-19 by cough and voice analysis
Muhannad Ismael explains how his team aims to provide health professionals a COVID-19 detection system based on audio signature.
NanoHarmony: Research for the safe use of nanomaterials
LIST takes part into the European project NanoHarmony aiming at building global standards for development of safe and successful nanomaterials.
Detecting and mapping COVID-19 across Luxembourg
A major part of the battle against the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic is detection and mapping and that’s exactly the focus at LIST of the TIGER project
Monitoring evolution of COVID-19 virus in wastewater
Leslie Ogorzaly, coordinator of the CORONASTEP+ project, reveals the value of monitoring the evolution of COVID-19 in Luxembourg wastewater.
A tiny sensor with a massive impact
LIST and STMicroelectronics work together to develop a technology that should enable us to monitor the presence of volatile organic compounds: pollutants that are all around us and affect our health.