Taking a green step on the red planet
Researchers of the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) showed that plants can grow on simulated regolith, despite the scarcity of the fundamental element nitrogen.
Remote detection of the Earth's evapotranspiration for NASA and ESA
LIST's "Surface Temperature Initiated Closure" evaporation model has become one of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's official algorithms for generating ECOSTRESS products on the water cycle on a (...)
Making e-mobility in the electricity network a reality
The Luxembourg Institite of Science and Technology (LIST) contributed to the “Flexibility possibilities and user behaviour analysis” (Flex-BeAn) project, focusing on society and network flexibility.
Innovative tool to help industries optimize steam and electricity generation from lost heat
Heat2Power® is the result of a 3-year research collaboration between LIST and ArcelorMittal Foundation Luxembourg.
Co-creating tomorrow's major innovations
LIST is a trusted partner for businesses, universities and public institutions, and an accelerator of change for a digital, resilient and sustainable society. It offers solutions in its four areas of (...)
LIST signs Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Health
The two entities signed the agreement on 7 September to strengthen their collaboration in the field of environmental health and scientific research.
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 (...)
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.
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.
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.