LIST Annual Report 2022: Together for an effective transition
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) has published its annual report for the year 2022, which highlights its efforts to continue to foster innovation in Luxembourg and create new (...)
How to Cope with the Future EU AI Act
With the rapid advancements in Artificial Intelligence technology, the EU recognises the importance of maintaining ethical standards and safeguarding the rights and safety of its citizens. LIST is (...)
LIST Tech Day 2023: Exploring the entwined futures of humans and technology
With a focus on the interactions between humans and technology, the 5th edition of Tech Day by the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) took place on Thursday 15 June 2023 in Belval. (...)
The fabulous destiny of LIST Spin-off OAT
Launched in 2013 to market the TAO software developed by LIST, Open Assessment Technologies S.A. (OAT) has just been acquired by Japanese company Uchida Yoko Co. LTD.
Dirk Fransaer, Director General ad interim of LIST
The former CEO of VITO (B) will take up his new post on Thursday 1 June 2023.
LIST co-authored report shows number of European grassland butterflies on the decline
Study to be integrated within EU's Nature Restoration Law in an attempt to reverse the trend.
LIST strengthens its collaboration with EPITHELIX signing a Cooperation Agreement
The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) signed a cooperation agreement with the Swiss company EPITHELIX.
Prof Jordi Cabot awarded FNR PEARL Chair to create the first intelligent low-code platform for smart software
The €3 million grant will fund BESSER (BEtter Smart Software fastER), a research project aimed at empowering both developers and non-technical individuals to leverage AI advancements and (...)
Spotlight on PhD student Timon Schild: eyes on the moon and feet on the ground
Timon Schild, who is in the second year of his doctorate at ESRIC, is here to guide us to the very heart of tomorrow's space missions.
Euro-composites and Gradel join LIST initiative
The two Luxembourg-based companies are the first two paying members of the innovation centre dedicated to sustainable composite processes and materials launched by LIST in December.
LIST spin-off detects chemical respiratory irritants early in product development
INVITROLIZE opened its new lab on 27 April in Belvaux.