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Making mobility smart and more environmentally friendly is a high priority in Luxembourg, not least since the country’s dynamic job market attracts around 200,000 cross-border workers who join residents on the roads every day. The innovative measure of making trains, buses and trams across the country free of charge is part of the new governmental programme adopted at the end of 2018, and the government recently announced that it will be put in place on 1 March 2020.

In parallel, an extensive programme for creating new “Park & Ride” places across the country, and notably along its borders, is being implemented to encourage commuters to leave their cars and continue the trip to their workplace using public transport. All with the intention of reducing road congestion, stress and negative environmental impact.

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Luxembourg to open healthtech incubator

22-01-2021

Luxembourg's new business health technologies incubator will open in spring 2021. Hosted at the House of Biohealth in Esch-Belval, it will offer 350 m2 of laboratory space to start-ups and spin-offs during their first 2-3 years of operation.
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A clean, green innovation for industrial concrete floors

22-01-2021

Luxembourg-based Topp & Screed designs and manufactures equipment for the production of concrete industrial floor slabs. Through the innovative implementation of technology developed in the automotive sector, the company is the first in the world to launch a fully electric screed on the market.
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Korean biotech MBD sets up joint research laboratory in Luxembourg

20-01-2021

South Korean MBD is setting up a joint laboratory with the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) and the Integrated Biobank of Luxembourg (IBBL). The laboratory will focus on precision medicine for cancer patients. MBD will also use its new base in Luxembourg to expand its business in Europe.
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Sustainability by design

19-01-2021

What makes a technology truly clean? Specialists at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) argue that a holistic perspective, spanning from technology development and production to use and end-of-life treatment, is needed.
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Korean company INFINIQ sets up European headquarters in Luxembourg

12-01-2021

Leading Korean artificial intelligence and machine learning data specialist INFINIQ has announced the establishment of an overseas sales corporation and its European headquarters in Luxembourg. This decision has been facilitated by the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office (LTIO) in Seoul and by Luxinnovation.
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