Close monitoring of pollinators in Luxembourg
In a dedicated conference, LIST recently presented its studies and expertise on pollinators whose decline in Europe is a major ecological and economical issue.
LIST mixed reality lab draws the University of Lorraine’s attention
LIST welcomed a delegation from the University of Lorraine in its premises in Belvaux with the objective of presenting LIST’s mixed reality lab as well as demos of technologies developed in the (...)
LIST Quarterly #3 out now!
LIST's trimestrial tech knowledge e-newsletter started in April 2018, with two separate versions in English and French. It is focused on technology transfer and industrial partnerships and highlights (...)
Betriber & Emwelt : environmental legislation & businesses
Around a hundred Luxembourg professionals met to discuss the issue of environmental legislation at the conference held as part of the "Betriber&Emwelt" cycle.
Beyond human: LIST spin-offs tackle next generation technologies
The human brain has been responsible for remarkable achievements: it has built bridges and railways, unravelled the human genome, written symphonies and timeless novels. However, in terms of (...)
Implementation of REACH&CLP regulations and challenges ahead
Updating substance registration dossiers, compliance checks, harmonisation of the reporting of hazardous mixtures, substitution of hazardous substances, declarations on biocides and the consumer's (...)
Better flood prediction on a global scale
LIST is adding to its research on flood prediction using remote sensing, a project to develop a tool specifically for large at-risk basins around the world.
Meteorological Bulletin LIST - Autumn 2018
LIST, ASTA and MeteoLux have just published the analysis of the meteorological data collected within the framework of long-term monitoring activities of hydroclimatological variables for Autumn 2018. (...)
Personalised awareness-raising activities for Researchers Days 2018
Using its own resources or in partnership with Goodyear and the University of Luxembourg, LIST has gathered together thirty researchers to offer five educational activities for Researchers Days 2018.
Standardisation of situational awareness systems to strengthen operations in civil protection
The workshop SAYO, organized by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST), in collaboration with ARTTIC took place on 29-30 November 2018 in Luxembourg city.
Life cycle assessment sparks interest at the highest levels of state
A year after meeting HRH Grand Duke Henri at the international conference LCM 2017, two LIST employees were granted a private audience at the Grand Ducal Court.