Presence of SARS-COV-2 in waste water: first conclusive results of the CORONASTEP study
On Wednesday 18 May, LIST sent its first report to the national task force regarding the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in waste water in Luxembourg (CORONASTEP study). This indirect virus monitoring (...)
Mask decontamination: LIST and MPG join forces against covid19
LIST and Molecular Plasma Group (MPG) are teaming up to find a plasma-based method to decontaminate used masks and personal protective equipment in order to reuse them. The project also aims to create (...)
Research Luxembourg – launch of website
‘Research Luxembourg’, the initiative of the main players of Luxembourg public research, has launched its website. In addition to being a platform to promote Luxembourg research to an international (...)
LIST tackles Coronavirus
A team from the Environmental Research and Innovation department is tracking the presence of the virus in wastewater.
COVID-19 taskforce: launch of national platform, FNR Call in the making
As researchers work on numerous new projects to contribute to the fight against COVID-19, Research Luxembourg has launched a national COVID-19 platform to coordinate research projects and (...)
Towards the transition to a circular economy through Clean Technologies
On the occasion of the CleanTech Forum Europe, which will take place for the first time virtually on 18-20 May 2020, Enrico Benetto, head of the Environmental Sustainability Assessment and Circularity (...)
COVID-19: Research Luxembourg is mobilising
Research Luxembourg, a joint initiative of the main players in Luxembourg’s public research sector, is mobilising its knowledge and its human and material resources to help address the challenge of (...)
Data science for the tire of the future
Within the strategic collaboration between LIST and Goodyear, LIST explores the potential of data all along the life cycle of a tire.
A sustainable exploitation of plant resources using biotechnologies
On the occasion of the International Conference PlantTech, organized by LIST in 2021, Jean-François Hausman, Gea Guerriero and Sylvain Legay from the Plant Biotechnologies group answered our three (...)
Creating automated maps with robots
With our AIML-TILT system, our autonomous robots create maps of large buildings using technologies such as LIDAR and camera, enabling a fast digitalization of large areas at a lower cost.
Professional training with augmented reality
Radiological incidents, whether caused by acts of terrorism or accidents, pose a significant threat to the public and first responders. Watch our researcher Roderick Mc Call explain how training (...)