LIST annual report 2018 is out!
The year 2018 was marked by new partnerships as well as the continuation of strategic collaborations with partners from the private and public sectors.
Drones, satellites and augmented reality at the Ettelbruck Agricultural Fair
The biggest open-air fair in Luxembourg, which takes place from 5-7 July 2019, will provide an opportunity for the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) to present the agriculture of (...)
Tomorrow's technologies unveiled at LIST Tech Day 2019
The second edition of the LIST Tech Day, held on Thursday June 20 in Belval, shows that LIST is fully delivering on its mission to drive innovation in Luxembourg and make it an attractive place for (...)
LIST presents its template for inventory of materials
LIST, in partnership with the Luxembourg Environment Agency, has developed a template for inventory of materials to help those involved in the planning, performance and documentation of deconstruction (...)
The environmental impacts of our lifestyles
On 23 May 2019, LIST organised the talk “So you think you’re green?” at Neimënster Abbaye. More than 110 participants from the general public, companies and civil society organisations attended the (...)
Betriber&Emwelt initiative - LIST joins the House of Entrepreneurship
LIST joins the House of Entrepreneurship community with the Betriber&Emwelt initiative, opening the door to more presence and thus to a greater awareness raising among companies at the local level.
LIST Quarterly #1/2019 out now!
LIST's trimestrial tech knowledge e-newsletter is focused on technology transfer and industrial partnerships and highlights news and events at LIST of particular interest to private and public (...)
LIST takes the initiative to create the smart cities of the future
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology has been a participant in the pan-European initiative, and is involved in various projects in different areas of smart city development.
LIST contributes to monitor Mozambique floods with satellite imagery
The HASARD® tool, a LIST technology allowing for flood maps to be generated on a global scale using satellite data, has just been upgraded on the European Space Agency’s GPOD platform.
A look back at EARTO Annual Conference 2019
As a member of the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO), LIST participated in the EARTO Annual Conference 2019, held on 19-20 March in Espoo (FI)
Skilled trade and craft professionals connected to future digital objects
At a workshop held at the Institute's premises in Belval on Tuesday 26 March 2019, nine skilled trade and craft professionals from various sectors learnt how to prototype new digital products and (...)