In 2021, LIST pushed again the frontiers in research for high-impact innovation and helped build a more digitalized, resilient and sustainable society. Discover or rediscover the 10 stories that attracted the most visits by our readers last year:
WASDI spin-off was created on 23 December 2020 and markets a patented technology developed at LIST, which already proved its efficiency worldwide by generating flood maps on a global scale from satellite data.
LIST and Circuit Foil signed a new, exciting and massive R&D collaboration in a €18 million partnership to research and deploy the next generation of copper foil for growing markets, such as energy, transport and communication.
The 2021 year started with the launch a major joint-lab project between LIST & GRADEL researching, developing and producing pioneering ultra-lightweight structures for major names in the space industry.
On 15 October, LIST announced ground-breaking partnership with Société de Recherche Cosmétique (SRC), part of global cosmetics company NUXE Group for green “made in Luxembourg” research.
On 1 March PHOENIX, a new cross-Europe project coordinated by LIST, was launched to create a testing ground for drugs using nanotechnologies.
Around 300 people from all over the world attended the third and hybrid edition of Tech Day on 22 September to discover the latest technological advances of LIST and its partners.
On 30 September, LIST signed the Diversity Charter Lëtzebuerg, proudly joining the 230 organisations willing to develop as well as promote diversity and inclusion in Luxembourg through a more inclusive culture.
Two LIST departments have been working together on the supercomputer MeluXina, associated with LIST's giant Visualisation Wall, to produce and process large amounts of data for artificial Ferroic materials optimisation.
Driven by her curiosity, Rutuja Bhusari, PhD student at LIST, goes beyond her research and brings science to all. Discover her multiple initiatives throughout her interview.
"Outstanding PhD thesis" and "Outstanding scientific achievement": these are the categories in which LIST won two FNR Awards this year. These well-deserved Awards are further proof of the excellence of LIST’s researchers, our team spirit and passion for high-impact technologies that are building the world of tomorrow.
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