A new labour agreement for LIST employees
Two years after the signing of its first Collective Labour Agreement, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) has successfully renegociated a union contract for a period of 3 years.
Laboratories and Showroom promoted for "journées portes ouvertes Luxembourg"
On Sunday 16 September 2018, over 200 visitors were able to take a behind-the-scenes look at LIST and some of its activities during the Portes Ouvertes Luxembourg event.
#3/10 In brief: LIST RA17 – Make clean technologies possible
Over the summer, LIST is publishing a series of bite-sized highlights from “New Horizons”, the Institute’s Annual Report 2017. Focus of the day: Make clean technologies possible.
The new showroom under the spotlight for the Fête des Hauts-Fourneaux
On Sunday 8 July 2018, 180 visitors came to discover the new technology showroom for the 'Fête des Hauts-Fourneaux'
Bees, the focus of LIST's booth at Ettelbrück fair
Research activities related to bee protection in Luxembourg were at the centre stage of the LIST’s stand at the Ettelbrück fair 2018.
NEW HORIZONS: LIST’s Annual Report 2017 is online
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is pleased to announce the publication of its 2017 annual report, entitled ‘New Horizons'.
LIST Tech Day 2018: Innovation, Luxembourg-style
The crucial importance of collaborative research and industrial partnerships to national economic and business growth in particular was firmly emphasized at the first LIST TECHNOLOGY DAY.
Biotechnologies and circular economy: when the Finnish and Luxembourgish RTOs meet
On 2-3 May 2018, LIST welcomed a delegation of VTT Technical Centre of Finland Ltd (VTT): together with LIST’s researchers, they participated in the LIST-VTT workshop on biotechnologies and circular (...)
Collaboration between LIST and the Luxembourg Directorate of Defence on research and innovation
The new cooperation agreement between LIST and the Luxembourg Directorate of Defence on research and innovation in the field of defence, aims to conduct research and development projects focusing on (...)
Ready for the next stage
LIST has officially launched the recruitment process for a new CEO. The successor to Fernand Reinig will ensure strategic continuity and further develop LIST’s position as an internationally (...)
Weeds in the field: an identified threat for crops
As part of the EFFO research project, LIST researchers detected the main weeds in an experimental field that appear to have the potential to threaten crops in the near future.