LIST and SABEU sign collaboration agreement for research not using animals
The cooperation agreement will strengthen the scientific collaborations.
Detecting health problems using nanotechnology
Every summer, LIST looks back at the success stories from the previous year. In the spotlight is the NANOSENS project led by Sivashankar Krishnamoorthy.
A laboratory for real-time experiments and simulations
Every summer, LIST looks back at the success stories from the previous year. In 2021, we set up a laboratory capable of performing real-time simulations at the same speed as actual executions.
High-quality, noise-free astronomical images
Every summer, LIST looks back at the success stories from the previous year. In the spotlight is Olivier Parisot who is exploring how Deep Learning approaches can help to produce clear astronomical (...)
LIST installs Luxembourg’s most powerful electron microscope
LIST recently installed an impressive electron microscope that now takes the title of the most powerful microscope of its kind in Luxembourg.
A new dimension to the analysis of Earth observation data
LIST researchers have developed a new modular analysis tool for remote sensing data within an ESA funded project.
4D printing: a new dimension for polymers
Every summer, LIST looks back at the success stories from the previous year. LIST is working on shape-memory polymers, a family of polymers that is compatible with 4D printing.
Detecting emerging viral pathogens using aptamers
Every summer, LIST looks back at the success stories from the previous year. In the spotlight is Leslie Ogorzaly who is working on the detection of emerging viral pathogens using aptamers.
Successful 5G awareness project now complete, but it’s not the end!
LIST’s 5G awareness platform for Luxembourg continues and new support website has been launched
35 success stories to reinvent society
The Institute has published its 2021 annual report today, with many success stories: innovative research projects, unique infrastructures and testimonials from our partners.
Terrific results for the TERRIFFIC project!
LIST’s role within the project was a specialised augmented reality system to visualise radioactive sources.