December 2023 ISSUE #70

Data-driven research with patient impact

The access to standardised, high-quality biomedical and digital health data is crucial for translational research centre Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH). Together with national and international partners, the LIH is part of a pioneering European partnership creating clean data lakes enabling research with real patient impact.

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On the road to personalised medicine

Luxembourg is home to internationally renowned biomedical research centres and a growing community of healthtech companies focusing, in particular, on digital health, digital medical devices and in vitro diagnostics.

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Entering the European market with ease

In recent years, Luxembourg has emerged as a dynamic hub for innovation, boasting a robust ecosystem that encompasses a multitude of incubators, accelerators, specialised agencies, investors, and innovation hubs.

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Luxembourg’s rise to place #2 in the IMD talent ranking

In the 2023 IMD World Talent Ranking (WTR), Luxembourg moved up five spots to the second position. Its new ranking was influenced by its “strong performance” in the development of homegrown talents and access to an international talent pool.

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Accessing the European healthtech market

Luxembourg’s national innovation agency Luxinnovation manages a range of initiatives aimed at supporting healthtech companies from strategy development to European market access.

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A gateway to Europe from Japan

A delegation made up of nine innovative Japanese companies is currently visiting Luxembourg from 27 to 29 November 2023 to find out how they could benefit from Luxembourg as a gateway to Europe.

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We support and guide the companies through each phase of the model to help them succeed in a multi-national corporate environment.

Kenneth Graham, CEO of the accelerator Tomorrow Street

Rendering data actionable to drive healthcare innovation

Health data is proving to be a formidable catalyst for change. The essence lies in making data actionable – a challenge that medical data specialist ITTM has taken up.

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Pioneering “gamified neuroscience” for brain disorders

Luxembourg-based company Myelin-H is developing a revolutionary software technology for the remote monitoring and management of neurological disorders.

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The centenary Gëlle Fra

From the top of her 21-metre pedestal on Place de la Constitution, she seems to be watching over Luxembourg City. The Gëlle Fra (the golden lady in Luxembourgish) is one of the country’s most emblematic and poetic symbols.

Photo: ©LMIH/Sabino Parente

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