A step towards Luxembourg’s first quantum computer
Taking a look back at the success stories of 2022 at LIST, Florian Kaiser joined the Materials Department to create a new research group dedicated to materials for quantum computing.
Ferme du Faascht: a symbol of agricultural innovation supported by LIST
Ferme du Faascht stands as a symbol of agricultural innovation and environmental sustainability. As part of the Persephone European research project, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (...)
Creating a dynamic between technology and skills in the labour market
Focusing on the achievements of 2022, LIST took part in the UPSKILL project.
Cyanobacteria: the Luxembourg Water Management Authority and the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology launch a mobile app
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, with the support of the Water Management Administration, has adapted the "Bloomin'Algae" mobile application.
A quantum leap forward
LIST joins European alliance which seeks to build EU-wide quantum network.
New study published in Nature shows restoration of European rivers might have lost momentum
The long-term study indicates that the rejuvenation of biodiversity in European freshwater environments has stagnated since the 2010s.
Decarbonising the automotive industry with bamboo super fibres
Taking a look back at the success stories of 2022, LIST improved the mechanical properties of bamboo fibre composites, with the potential to decarbonise the automotive industry.
Breakthrough towards more efficient and cheaper solar cells
In revolutionary new research solar power cells cross crucial efficiency threshold.
Anticipating the harmful effects of chemicals without resorting to animal testing
The launch of Invitrolize, a spinoff dedicated to predicting the impact of chemicals on our health without resorting to animal testing, revolutionized the world of toxicology.
LIST and EARTHLAB sign MoU for integrated space applications
The two parties aim to strengthen their collaboration in the field of Geo-Information-based applications.
LIST plays central role in Luxembourg's defence effort
Four research projects conducted by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology have been selected to contribute to Luxembourg's defence effort.