Luxembourg participation in European research and innovation projects

Research laboratories, private companies, and other organisations have been active participants in European research and innovation projects for many years. The end of the seventh Framework programme (FP7) and related programmes was a priviledged moment to take stock of past projects and put prominent participants in the limelight.

The publication "Luxembourg participation in European research and innovation projects" gathers twenty-two articles on projects from such diverse fields as multi-physics (AMST), quantum-field theory (QFT-2-MOT&3-FOLDS), cancer diagnosis (DECanBio) or the concept of borders in Europe (EUROBORDERSCAPES).

Georges Bingen, the European Commission's representative in Luxembourg, wrote the editorial to this publication. 

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You can download individual articles on www.horizon2020.lu. 

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