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Fit4Start Results: Three graduates and ten new hopefuls ready for the challenge!


On March 12, 2018 at the Kinepolis, Kirchberg in Luxembourg, Luxinnovation announced the Autumn 2017 Graduates from the Fit 4 Start programme – Ume solutions, VanHack and SEE MORE. Following ten hou...
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MEATING: Innovation is rocket science for Glanzstoff Textilcord


The last edition of Meating – the networking lunch for participants in the Fit 4 Innovation programme jointly organised by Luxinnovation, Resultance and TrAxxion that was extended for the first ...
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A law designed to encourage business innovation


The law of 17th May 2017 relating to the promotion of research, development and innovation – a tool aimed at all types of businesses looking to innovate – came into force nearly nine month...
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Business innovation breakthrough with Goldratt consulting


On February 6, 2018, Luxinnovation, in collaboration with BGL BNP Paribas, organised a conference and invited Rami Goldratt, CEO, and Dr Yishai Ashlag, Senior Partner, both of Goldratt Consulting to g...
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Investment Plan for Europe: COSME agreement signed for SMEs in Luxembourg


The European Investment Fund (EIF) and Mutualité de Cautionnement (MC) have signed a COSME agreement in Luxembourg that will allow MC to provide guarantees supporting more than €20 million of loa...
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Dudelange Innovation Hub is Opening for Business


At the dawn of 2018, we spoke to the Mayor of Dudelange, Dan Biancalana, and to the Engineer for Dudelange City, Nic Krumlovsky, about the “Dudelange Innovation Hub” (Innovation Hub Diddeleng)...
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14 Luxembourg start-ups nominated for StartUp Europe Awards


Just announced! 14 Luxembourg start-ups in a variety of categories have been chosen for the StartUp Europe Awards 2017 by Startupgrind  Luxembourg in cooperation with Luxinnovation and Silicon Luxemb...
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LIST transfers its GECAMed software to ABACUS


Based on a secure open-source platform developed by researchers at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) in partnership with the Luxembourgish doctors, GECAMed® enables the manage...
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Support for the digitalisation of SMEs


Digital transformation within companies is no longer a topic of discussion, but rather a stark reality faced by large multinational groups as well as SMEs. So as to better support the smallest enterpr...
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BTech – Braingineering Technologies


The latest round of the Horizon 2020 SME Instrument has seen the successful funding of a Luxembourgish SME, Braingineering Technologies, which has been positively evaluated for a Phase 1 project. SMEs...
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Japanese pharma company JCR to set up a manufacturing plant in Luxembourg


JCR Pharmaceuticals, a Japanese public company engaged in research, development, manufacture and sales of pharmaceuticals, has chosen Luxembourg to set up a new manufacturing plant of Active Pharmaceu...
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LIAB Award 2017: A molecule that fights cancer


Paul Spagnuolo, a world leader in nutraceutical research, and his discovery of an avocado-based lipid that attacks leukaemia stem cells are the winners of LIST’s first International Award in Bioinnovation (LIAB Award 2017).
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CES 2018: 8 start-ups will represent Luxembourg in Las Vegas!


The eight Luxembourg start-ups participating in the prestigious CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas from 9 to 12 January were unveiled during an event at the private design club “House 17...
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IBBL participates in €34 million EU project on liver disease


IBBL (Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg) is the central biobank for a pioneering EU project that aims to lead to new diagnostic tests to assess patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) a...
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The anti-cancer potential of the avocado highlighted by LIST


Paul Spagnuolo, a world leader in bioinnovation research, will be honoured for his work on an avocado-derived lipid with potent antileukemia activity with the first LIST International Award in Bioinno...
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Luxembourg November 8, 2017: Luxinnovation is proud to announce the release of Happen. Happen is a brand new annual business magazine that unveils the technological excellence and innovative spirit of...
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In search of the best drug


Prof. Ines Thiele, researcher at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg has been selected for the highly prestigious research funding of the European Research Council (ERC).
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Dr Ulf Nehrbass appointed as LIH's new CEO


Dr Ulf Nehrbass, founder, CEO and Scientific Director of Ksilink in Strasbourg, a French-German Translational Research Centre, has taken over the general management of LIH as of 1st October 2017.
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A Luxembourg delegation accompanied Minister of Health Lydia Mutsch on a three-day official trip to Japan in early October to strengthen and promote scientific cooperation between the two countries.
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CLINNOVA kick-off: towards a Centre of Excellence in Digital Health and Personalised Healthcare


A consortium coordinated by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), together with partners including LIH and IBBL - Integrated BioBank of Luxembourg as well as the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg, has been successful in Phase 1 of the European Commission’s H2020 programme TEAMING.
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Call for biomedical research projects in Luxembourg


The call is open to Luxembourg-based clinicians and researchers working in different biomedical institutions and must include investigators from at least two of the five PMC institutes. Priority will be given to novel and innovative projects which are trans-disciplinary. All application forms should be completed and submitted to by 15 October 2017.
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New research, development and innovation aid measures for companies launched


New research, development and innovation aid measures for companies launched Luxembourg’s new law on research, development and innovation (RDI) aid measures has just entered into force. It align...
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How to succeed with public-private R&D collaboration


For companies looking to become leaders in their markets or moving into new markets through innovation capacity building, collaboration with a Luxembourg-based research institute can be an interesting...
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Modeling the brain with “Lego bricks”


Researchers from the University of Luxembourg, in cooperation with the University of Strasbourg, have developed a computational method that could be used to guide surgeons during brain surgery.
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Congratulations vyzVoice and APATEQ – both winners of StartUp Europe Awards 2016


The StartUp Europe Awards (the so-called "Eurovision for start-ups"), recognised for the first time the best start-ups in Europe in 10 categories, in in the presence of Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament.
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Research dedicated to life


The Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) published its activity report 2016, an opportunity to look back on a scientifically active and fruitful year, serving health and healthcare.
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“2016 In Review” IBBL’s Annual Report Goes Digital


“2016 In Review” looks back into the year 2016 in a refreshing way and highlights IBBL’s key achievements.
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Luxembourg 3rd most attractive city to move to for work


Using data from its in-house survey team, which continually researches the financial and lifestyle conditions of more than 400 cities around the world, AIRINC, a global research company which current...
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The Collaboration Factory


After 10 years and €1 billion in investment, the Belval innovation campus has become one of Europe’s foremost centers for technology and biomedical collaborations.    
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Treating cancer with viruses


The Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) and the renowned German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ) have inaugurated a new binational research unit named LOVIT - „Laboratory of Oncolytic Virus Immuno-Therapeutics" - in the presence of the directors of the two institutes.
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