Cyanowatch project: four photos win awards
The Cyanowatch project is a participatory science initiative aimed at improving the monitoring of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae.
Water Quality and Biodiversity in Europe's Rivers: A Tale of Progress and Challenges
In a recent European study published in the prestigious journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, LIST and its partners presented a nuanced perspective on the state of European rivers.
LIST researcher wins PETA Science Consortium International award for work in animal-free research
The award comes with a prize money worth €35,000.
LIST to Lead Horizon EUROPE Funded Research Programme for Sustainable Urban Regeneration
LIST is coordinating the four-year Horizon Europe funded research programme, REGENeration of neighbourhoods towards a low-carbon, inclusive, and affordable built environment.
When water is “for fighting over”: LIST commentary on crop water use study
The commentary article has been published in Nature Water.
All you can eat. Humans and their food.
LIST is contributing to a captivating exploration of the intricate dynamics that govern our relationship with food as part of the the Lëtzebuerg City Museum's temporary exhibition, "All You Can Eat: (...)
In the lab: Driving advances in biochemical industries
Housed in the Greentech Innovation Centre, LIST's groundbreaking bioreactor platform mark an important step in the ongoing quest to exploit the potential of bioactive compounds in plants. Discover (...)
Mega floods: Can we be better prepared for the next big one?
Study in Nature Geoscience says we can learn from looking back… internationally.
Spotlight on PhD graduate Charlotte Stoffels
Charlotte Stoffels developed a new methodology using high-resolution chemical imaging techniques allowing the localization of Perfluoroalkylated substances (PFAS) inside cells and tissues.
Unleashing the power of Building Information Modelling in sustainable construction
Over the last few decades, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) has been leading the way in using Building Information Modelling in Luxembourg through its applied activities, its (...)
Spotlight on PhD graduate Alessandro Montemagno
Recently graduated, Alessandro Montemagno conducted his PhD thesis jointly at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) and Wageningen University and Research.