Pierre Verge honoured as an outstanding mentor at the FNR Awards 2023
Pierre Verge, a Lead Research & Technology Associate at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, has been recognized as an outstanding mentor at the FNR Awards 2023.
LIST to coordinate Horizon Europe project on next generation of 6G mobile networks
The €4m project will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of wireless communication in Europe.
A nanoparticle paves the way for the next generation of tires
The year 2022 was marked by significant breakthroughs in science explored by researchers at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST). One of them is paving the way for the next (...)
Creating a new family of polymer materials
A team of researchers of the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology created a new family of polymer electrolytes.
Assessing the importance of Life Cycle Assessment
New Nature article reviews the sustainability measurement tool in providing solutions for the triple planetary crises.
Understanding and stopping the spread of fake news
All eyes on 2022 sucess stories: LIST researchers used machine-learning techniques to process large quantities of data with the aim of identifying suspicious trends, signals and behaviour, as well as (...)
Spotlight on PhD graduate Antoine Adjaoud
Antoine Adjaoud joined the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology to defend his doctoral thesis. Now that he has completed his PhD, Antoine is continuing his research as a postdoctoral (...)
Taking a green step on the red planet
Researchers of the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) showed that plants can grow on simulated regolith, despite the scarcity of the fundamental element nitrogen.
Brightcon 2023: Shining a Light on Life-Cycle Assessment and Open Sustainability
The 2023 Brightcon conference, organized by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and Depart de Sentier, shone a spotlight on open sustainability, life-cycle assessment.
Getting to the moon with the first ESA-ESRIC Space Resources Challenge
Taking a look back at the success stories of 2022, the space department of the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology developed the first Space Resources Challenge in collaboration with ESA.
Remote detection of the Earth's evapotranspiration for NASA and ESA
LIST's "Surface Temperature Initiated Closure" evaporation model has become one of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's official algorithms for generating ECOSTRESS products on the water cycle on a (...)