The science of materials that do not exist
In 2018, LIST entered into a partnership with the Semiconductor Research Corporation and Intel, the world's leading semiconductor manufacturer. The aim is to work on magnetoelectric materials with low (...)
LIST-Goodyear: an award-winning partnership
On the 10th of September 2019, the Multi-Performance Optimisation team of the Data Science for Tires Goodyear-LIST collaborative research project received a best paper award from the Tire Society in (...)
The workplace of the future
How to collaborate better at work? Cognitive environments, also called smart spaces, can enhance workers’ performance and experience for multi-user tasks such as design, decision-making and problem (...)
A plasma robot for all situations
Give the surface of a material new properties thanks to plasma technology.
So you think you’re a green traveller?
Are electric cars always eco-friendly? LIST’s “CLIMOBIL” online app helps citizens check how efficient electric cars are at reducing our CO2 emissions.
Spray less with precision agriculture
How to reduce and tailor the application of pesticides or fertilizer to the crop needs?
Network and information security: LIST and the Luxembourg Institute of Regulation (ILR) expand their partnership
LIST is proud to continue this long-standing partnership aimed at optimising, integrating and improving the regulatory cycle in Luxembourg, particularly in the areas of information security and in (...)
LIST in the strategic race for cellular batteries
Manufacturing batteries is a strategic imperative for Europe, both for the transition towards clean energies and modernisation, as well as for the competitiveness of its industry, in particular the (...)
First positive results for a lab fit for industry
A few months after the inauguration of state-of-the-art facilities for biotechnologies research on the Hautcharage site, results are already very positive, opening the door to new opportunities for (...)
Plasma explained in a comic strip
Three PhD candidates from LIST participated in the creation of a comic strip published by the University of Luxembourg: a way to learn how to communicate about their scientific field with enthusiasm (...)
Blue-green algae proliferation: LIST on the alert
Each year, during the summer season, blue-green algae, or cyanobacteria, proliferate in Luxembourg's bathing and recreational waters. Above a certain threshold, they are potentially toxic and any (...)