LIST and ispace Europe on track towards lunar resource prospecting
LIST and ispace Europe recently began initial research work on the development, by September 2020, of compact mobile mass spectrometry technology, making it possible to prospect for lunar resources.
A successful MASSENA Business Club Day
At the first ‘MASSENA Business Club Day 2018’ organized by LIST and the University of Luxembourg, 22 PhD students working on the MASSENA project met and exchanged with industrial players.
LIST Quarterly #3 out now!
LIST's trimestrial tech knowledge e-newsletter started in April 2018, with two separate versions in English and French. It is focused on technology transfer and industrial partnerships and highlights (...)
Beyond human: LIST spin-offs tackle next generation technologies
The human brain has been responsible for remarkable achievements: it has built bridges and railways, unravelled the human genome, written symphonies and timeless novels. However, in terms of (...)
Personalised awareness-raising activities for Researchers Days 2018
Using its own resources or in partnership with Goodyear and the University of Luxembourg, LIST has gathered together thirty researchers to offer five educational activities for Researchers Days 2018.
Outlining a potential road towards more effective reverse engineering
On 30 January - 1 February 2019, LIST will participate in the Ninth International Symposium on the separation and characterization of natural and synthetic macromolecules (SCM-9) presenting results (...)
End of November 2018 - All about the PhD community
The end of November 2018 was in a way dedicated to PhDs. Two events celebrating doctoral training in Luxembourg have been held at the Belval innovation campus, LIST PhD Day 2018 followed by the (...)
Towards a complete characterization of nanomaterials
LIST and Thermo Fisher Scientific have committed to a better characterization and modification of materials on a very small scale by 2021 thanks to ultra-low energy ion beams.
Paving the way for the development of new intelligent materials
The excellent scientific results obtained in the context of two materials dedicated projects were showcased by a researcher from LIST, Maryline Moreno, in Nice (FR) in October 2018.
Ferroic materials in the spotlight in Nature Materials
In collaboration with their scientific peers, two LIST researchers specialized in ferroic materials for transducers were able to highlight their latest findings in the renowned Nature Materials (...)
LIST at Student Fair 2018
On 8-9 November 2018 participated in the Luxembourg student fair organized by CEDIES at Luxexpo, Luxembourg-Kirchberg.