Luxembourg teams up with ESA to create a unique "European Space Resources Innovation Centre" to be established in the Grand Duchy
Luxembourg just entered a strategic partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) to create ESRIC
Mathias Link appointed as interim Director of the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC)
The Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) and the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) appointed Mathias Link as the Director ad interim of the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (...)
Microscopy research ‘made in Luxembourg’ receives Innovation award from international publication
Innovation Award 2020 from international publication Microscopy Today
New version of the Scan4Chem app available
The Scan4Chem app has been improved with new features and a new version is now available in the Google Play and App Store.
A step towards the refrigerators of tomorrow?
Researchers from the materials department of LIST have just published an article in the prestigious magazine Science. A rare achievement for a major breakthrough in calorific materials.
LIST’s summer top stories
Every summer, LIST presents the highlights of the past year. If you missed our top stories, here's a little catch-up session.
Visualising the energy potential of a city
The Enovos Foundation presented the promising results of the SECuRe research project in the premises of the Fondation de Luxembourg.
Towards new materials for hydrogen production
With new equipment and a second partnership with 3D-Oxides, LIST positions itself as an international player in the hydrogen sector
A LIST model to help companies take advantage of data economy
LIST is developing a reference model to facilitate GDPR compliance and entry of businesses into the data economy.
Making buildings more efficient and comfortable for occupants
POESY is a LIST project researching how to make life in buildings more comfortable.
Exploring the origins and fate of lunar water
LIST researchers take us on a journey to the Moon through their pioneering projects with ESA and LSA for a better understanding of lunar water.