New partnership for future construction projects
On 25 November, LIST and CFE signed a 5-year partnership agreement designed to address the various challenges in the construction sector.
LIST supports eco-innovative surface treatment processes for accelerated discovery of materials for major transitions
The Materials Department of the Institute is collaborating with the CEA's transversal materials programme to explore the potential of atmospheric plasma surface treatment technologies for the (...)
Biodiversity loss: what are the most important human pressures?
Faced with the loss of biodiversity, the results of Nicolas Titeux and his international colleagues published in Sciences Advances unveil the impact of various anthropogenic factors and their (...)
LIST and ArcelorMittal Luxembourg present the progress made in their partnership in the field of energy transition.
LIST and ArcelorMittal Luxembourg have made significant advances since launching their partnership in late 2019.
Another step forward towards the development of lunar infrastructure
Astroport Space Technologies and FourPoint will collaborate on the construction of a lunar launch and landing pad.
The ESRIC Start-up Support Programme announces the first incubated start-up: Four Point (Poland)
ESRIC selects first start-up to continue launchpad journey as part of its Start-up Support Programme
LIST physicist elected Fellow of American Physical Society
Dr Jorge Iñiguez received the award for "Ground-breaking contributions to the computational theory of ferroelectric and multiferroic materials"
Towards a circular construction
LIST’s goal: to ensure selective deconstruction and reuse of many materials.
LIST and IKO Group sign Partnership Agreement together
IKO Real Estate and LIST are perfectly matched for this agreement currently planned for a duration of five years.
LIST published in well-known Nature journal
Less than two years after publication in Science, Emmanuel Defay's team is back with a new, equally prestigious publication in Nature
LIST leads project digitalising rural areas across Europe and beyond
COMMECT is a Horizon Europe project and a consortium of 20 partners: 12 from European Union countries and 8 from outside the EU