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Combining health with new technologies

24-01-2019

For the first time ever, the Fit 4 Start programme was open to start-ups active in human health technologies and a mapping was done of national health tech companies. 2018 was a year with many new activities for the Luxembourg BioHealth Cluster and its new manager.
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The future of self-driving cars

23-01-2019

Automated cars are quickly becoming a reality: from 2020, driverless vehicles will be available on the EU market. The European Parliament has recently published an article on what the EU is doing to face the challenges of this new, innovative transport sector.
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Horizon 2020 - NMBP call for proposals: deadline postponed

22-01-2019

Due to technical issues with the Funding & Tenders Portal, the deadline for the NMBP first-stage submission of calls for proposals has been extended to until 23 January 2019, 17:00 (CET). Applicants are being informed, but it might take some time to reach all players concerned. In the meantime, applicants can still work on their proposals online.
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Superjhemp, a collective triumph

22-01-2019

Released on 24 October 2018, De Superjhemp Retörns set the Luxembourg box office on fire. A success secretly hoped for, the size of which was totally unexpected, and to which the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster made a modest contribution.
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Matchmaking for value creation

22-01-2019

Launched in January 2017, the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster is the youngest member of the cluster family. Cluster Manager Marc Lis looks back on the cluster’s second year of operation, highlighting its key role in mediating partnerships between creative companies.
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Automotive sector: a significant transformation

22-01-2019

The future of the Automotive sector is largely linked to major areas such as e-mobility or new technologies. In today’s global market, Luxembourg has an important role to play and faces several challenges. State of play and outlook from Anthony Auert, the manager of the Luxembourg AutoMobillity Cluster.
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Promoting circularity

21-01-2019

Founded almost a decade ago, the Luxembourg EcoInnovation Cluster today includes around 250 members. Smart cities and the circular economy were the topics at the centre of the cluster’s activities in 2018.
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Wood: following promotion, comes action!

21-01-2019

2018 was a fruitful year for the Luxembourg Wood Cluster. One of its reached main goals was to link the companies and other players in the wood value chain in Luxembourg and in the Greater Region and to promote the use of wood.
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On all fronts

21-01-2019

Between the creation of the asbl Composite Industry Luxembourg (CIL), cross-sectoral projects and partnerships in the Greater Region, the Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster achieved strong results in 2018 spread over a wide variety of activities.
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"Getting to know better the players and their areas of expertise"

21-01-2019

With more than 200 members, 53 of whom joined in 2018, Luxembourg ICT cluster showed its innovative side in 2018, in particular by sharing more of the expertise and digital skills it brings together with other Luxinnovation clusters.
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Salonkee raises €1 million from Luxembourg investors

21-01-2019

The start-up specialising in online appointments for hairdressers and beauty salons closed its first round in mid-January, bringing together exclusively Luxembourg investors.
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Health in all its (digital) states

21-01-2019

Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, digitalisation... Health is up there with the best when it comes to new technologies. Moreover, with a very dynamic ecosystem, Luxembourg has a lot to say on the subject.
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Muller: Come grain or shine

18-01-2019

To make good bread, you need good flour. For more than three centuries, the Muller family has been producing this precious white powder, which is used - among other things - by the Fischer bakery, which has also been part of the family's heritage since the mid-20th century.
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Passbolt raises €460,000 and attracts the Digital Tech Fund

14-01-2019

Specialised in corporate password management, the Luxembourg start-up Passbolt has just completed a €460,000 round of financing. This capital will enable it to strengthen its teams and improve its solution.
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Report: European funding opportunities for industrial technologies

14-01-2019

Luxinnovation published a report on the European funding landscape for industrial technologies.
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Luxembourg cleantech business promoted at Pollutec fair

10-01-2019

Promoting business opportunities for clean and sustainable technologies is a priority in Luxembourg. Several of the country’s innovative cleantech companies were recently invited to showcase their offer at a joint Luxembourg stand at the international Pollutec fair in France.
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Fit 4 Start #8: applications are open

08-01-2019

Following the success of the previous edition, which included nearly 230 applications from 38 different countries, the next season of the Fit 4 Start programme will once again reward the most innovative projects in information and communication technologies. The countdown has begun, ideas and projects can be submitted before 28 January 2019.
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Weber-Heinisch: the roads of glory

08-01-2019

For nearly 150 years, Émile Weber's travel vehicles have been criss-crossing the country's roads and far beyond. From the first diligence to the latest, most modern buses, back to the saga of the Weber-Heinich family, which has been running the company for 5 generations.
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Anticipating new industry trends and needs

02-01-2019

Luxinnovation spoke to Cluster President Georges Thielen about the development of the cluster and his ambitions for the future.

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New brochure features the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster

02-01-2019

Luxinnovation has just released a new brochure presenting the activities and services of the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster, with a spectacular cover image created by cluster member Anne Mélan.
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Information day on the next call for AAL projects

02-01-2019

The Active and Assisted Living (AAL) programme funds projects in partnership with industry in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to work towards improving the quality of life of older people, while strengthening the industrial base in Europe through the use of ICTs. The next call for projects will be held in February.
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Turning big data into innovative medicine breakthroughs

21-12-2018

The huge amounts of data generated through medical research and digital healthcare create unique opportunities to advance our understanding of diseases and find new treatments and cures. On 15 December 2018, Luxinnovation brought together international experts for a conference on the use and sustainability of medical data in the context of the 10th anniversary of the European Innovative Medicines Initiative.
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Lentz: Ale in a day’s work

21-12-2018

At the head of the Brasserie nationale, the Lentz family has been continuing the family heritage for more than two centuries. Between mergers and strategic investments, the company has made its way from generation to generation by combining ancestral tradition and technological innovation.
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Luxinnovation’s CEO among the most influential decision-makers in Luxembourg

20-12-2018

Since 2006, the economic and financial magazine Paperjam has been publishing, every two years, the ranking of the 100 most influential economic decision-makers in Luxembourg. For the 2018 edition, announced Wednesday at the Rockhal, Luxinnovation’s CEO, Sasha Baillie, appears in 16th position.
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Hentgen, with confidence

19-12-2018

Industry or commerce are not the only sources of beautiful entrepreneurial and family stories. The financial sector too, as evidenced by the adventure of the insurance company Lalux, carried since the aftermath of the First World War by three generations of the Hentgen family.
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Hannover Messe 2019: call for Participation

18-12-2018

For the next edition of the international trade fair Hannover Messe, which will take place from 1st to 5th April 2019 in Hanover, the Chamber of Commerce is planning to set up a Luxembourg collective stand. Companies interested in participating have until 21st December to make themselves known.
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Heintz van Landewyck, successful Tobacco Road

17-12-2018

Before the establishment of the iron and steel industry, tobacco was Luxembourg's leading industry. A market where the Heintz van Landewyck family reigned supreme, as the only cigarette manufacturer in the country. A know-how cleverly maintained over the decades, despite sometimes very strong headwinds.
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Open data, the black gold of modern times

14-12-2018

Open data, or the open access to public data, is currently a hot debate topic that is being presented as an economic, scientific and cultural lever. This is also a sensitive subject. The notion of open data is delicate because of its use and still unclear scope, especially for companies. The European BE-GOOD project aims to clarify the grey zones and support the development of commercial solutions based on public sector information.
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Grosbusch, more than five fruits and vegetables a day

14-12-2018

From the small grocery store in Differdange to the international company that radiates throughout the Grand Duchy and the Greater Region, the saga of the Grosbusch family exudes one century long vitamin and freshness.
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Circular Economy: EU public consultation on a product policy framework

13-12-2018

The EU has opened a public consultation help identify in how far the current EU product policy framework supports a circular economy and the potential for increasing this contribution. Input is needed from the general public, businesses and local authorities as well as other stakeholders.
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