A consortium of three Luxembourg-based companies lead by OQ TECHNOLOGY will develop, build and perform a demonstration in orbit of an innovative approach for satellite-based Internet-of-Things (IoT).
The Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) officially launched operations today with the goal of promoting the further economic development of the Grand Duchy’s space industry by attracting businesses, developing human resources, providing innovative financial solutions and supporting educational and research infrastructure.
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Economy, Étienne Schneider, and Secretary General and Executive Head of the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), Marc Schiltz, signed an agreement to develop a program to support research for the commercial space industry in Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg Government has decided to appeal the decision of the European Commission in the Engie case. In accordance with the Commission’s decision, Luxembourg will recover the alleged aid, pending the outcome of the legal proceedings.
Today the law about the General Police Inspectorate from 18 July 2018 comes into force. The reform constitutes a fundamental step forward in the sense that the IGP will be more independent from the Police and that the impact of its control mechanism on the functioning of the Police will be amplified.
NVIDIA and the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg have established a cooperation to support scientists and engineers in solving society’s most important challenges using artificial intelligence and high performance computing.
For the public celebration of the birthday of H.R.H. the Grand Duke, members of the Grand Duke's family and the government will attend the festivities organised in Esch-sur-Alzette, Larochette and Luxembourg City on 22 and 23 June 2018.
Luxembourg has taken note of the decision by the European Commission in the ENGIE case, announced on June 20, 2018.
On May 29, 2018, the Secretary of State for the Economy, Francine Closener has launched Creativecluster.lu, a digital collaboration platform of the Creative Industries Cluster, in the presence of Marc Lis and Jan Glas, respectively cluster manager and president of the "Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster".
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and Luxembourg signed an agreement Tuesday that will support the creation of new markets for climate finance in emerging economies—by developing green-bond policies, training bankers and executives, and helping countries adopt the Green Bond Principles and other best practices.
The National Library of Luxembourg is inviting to the exhibition opening of The Windbook, by American photographic artist Accra Shepp on the 31 May 2018 at 6 pm.
The government is deeply saddened to announce the death of one of its members, the Secretary of State for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Camille Gira. The sudden and unexpected death occurred on the evening of May 16, 2018.
Following the unacceptable levels of violence recently witnessed in the Gaza Strip, Luxembourg's foreign policy chief, Jean Asselborn, has decided to summon the Ambassador of Israel to the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs in Luxembourg.
On Monday, May 14th 2018, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Economy, Étienne Schneider met with Guardian Industries' President and CEO, Ronald D. Vaupel, and the President and CEO of Guardian Glass, Kevin Baird, at Guardian World Headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA.
Nicolas Schmit and Francine Closener, joined by Isabelle Schlesser, present the Luxembourg Digital Skills Bridge programme, which aims to support companies, and their employees, whose activity will be radically transformed by major technological changes towards a new organisation, new functions and new jobs.