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 (...)
A LIST-developed technology goes global
LIST-developed flood monitoring technology has been put to practical use in flooding emergencies from Mozambique to Myanmar.
Artificial Intelligence for amphibians
LIST’s NEWTRAP team developed a newt camera trap using machine learning. The trap automates the production of high-resolution newt observations through Artificial Intelligence, while leaving all (...)
New challenges in the agricultural sector: LIST explores alternatives
How to reduce pesticides in Luxembourg's water resources? LIST explores alternative cropping techniques as well as potential substitutes for pesticides in order to assess their environmental impact. (...)
New FNR funding for LIST
In December 2019, the FNR announced funding for the CORE, PSP-CLASSIC, BRIDGE, JUMP (Proof of Concept) and INTER programmes. In total, LIST will obtain €5.291 million for 12 projects. This is further (...)
Food safety: LIST recognized as EFSA competent organization
On 18 December, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) published a list of qualified organisations, which can receive grants or subsidies for scientific projects in the food safety area. LIST is (...)
The non-climate environmental impacts of the decarbonisation of the electricity sector
Our researcher Thomas Gibon is co-author of an article published on 19 November in Nature. Entitled "Environmental co-benefits and adverse side-effects of alternative power sector decarbonization (...)
Scientists with a cause
What message would you like to send out to the young people taking to the streets to protest against climate change? This is the question we asked two experts from LIST following their participation (...)
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 (...)
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 (...)