LIST launches app to inform consumers on chemicals of high concern
With Scan4Chem consumers can use the barcode of a product to obtain information about substances of very high concern (SVHCs) in a product.
What will your future look like (thanks to LIST)?
Cognitive environments, Industry 4.0, digital twins, personalised medicine and more: welcome to the world of the future, which is being developed in our laboratories at LIST! Discover ten (...)
Kniwwelino comes to the classroom
Programming is child's play: from now on, the brand-new Kniwwelino Classroom Kit is aimed at all Luxembourgian schoolchildren.
Luxembourg: A unique place in the world to solve the mysteries of water cycle
Jeffrey McDonnell, professor of hydrology at the University of Saskatchewan (CA) and associate director of the Global Institute for Water Security, came to Luxembourg as a visiting researcher for the (...)
LIST is about empowerment
At the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, LIST will present a selection of three solutions to empower citizens, public authorities and businesses.
Empower businesses in their strategies
LIST and Polygone Sárl are co-designing, building and testing a smart waste collection platform for businesses.
Empower public authorities in their decisions
Cities have large amounts of high resolution data at their disposal, and with the Smart City and Region Energy Platform developed by LIST, cities can answer questions such as: What are the renewable (...)
Lean & connected construction sites thanks to an application developed by LIST
LIST's "AndON" platform makes it possible to connect planning with data on a construction site, and contributes directly to "lean construction" – the work method that involves eliminating all types of (...)
Water futures in a changing world
Nearly 120 experts in water resources research from 21 countries came together from 14 to 18 October on the Belval Innovation Campus, to discuss pressing research needs in the light of global change (...)
New partnership agreement between LIST and ArcelorMittal
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and ArcelorMittal Luxembourg have signed a partnership agreement to improve the leading industrialist’s energy performance.
“10 years to win the race against climate change”
Luxembourg positions itself as energy frontrunner with new biennial conference