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.
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.
LIST hosts successful fourth edition of Tech Day
With its motto “Think outside the box and bring your ambitions to life!” , LIST celebrated its fourth annual Tech Day on Wednesday.
Launch of the first National Characterization and Testing Platform in Luxembourg
LIST has signed a long-term cooperation agreement with CEBI to establish the first national characterization and testing platform.
Daher and LIST will develop a welding technology for the assembly of aircraft substructures produced with thermoplastic composites
The French multinational Daher has established a large partnership with LIST to mature and optimise a welding technology that enables the assembly of primary aircraft substructures produced with (...)
Towards biosourced ultra-light green materials
GRADEL and LIST are joining forces to develop a biosourced resin to create lightweight composite materials that respect the environment.
LIST laser project awarded €2 million FNR funding
An innovative laser technology project submitted by LIST to FNR was recently granted €2 million in funding.
E171: one less poison on our plates
At the origin of the ban on the food additive E171 - a study by INRA in collaboration with LIST
LIST’s top 10 most read news articles of 2021
In 2021, LIST pushed again the frontiers in research for high-impact innovation and helped build a more digitalized, resilient and sustainable society.
European Innovation Council appoints LIST researcher Luxembourg Ambassador role
The project that the EIC has been monitoring headed-up by César Pascual García is known as ElectroMed
ESCH2022: The Sound of Data
LIST, together with FNR, University of Luxembourg and Rockhal transforms scientific data into music in an innovative and experimental approach.