Science Festival 2019

Experiment, experience, marvel: Science Festival, the biggest celebration of science in Luxembourg returns with its 12th edition in November 2019! Thursday, 7 and Friday, 8 November is reserved for school classes, while the Science Festival opens its doors to the general public on Saturday, 9 and Sunday, 10 November.


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Luxembourg researchers nominated at Game Connection Europe 2019

‘Mathemarmite’ A game created by the xCIT research group, led by FNR ATTRACT Fellow Dr Pedro Cardoso Leite, is nominated for an Indie Development Award at Game Connection Europe 2019. The free game is a research tool in itself: the goal is to help children learn by understanding how they learn.


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2019 study of the perception of the Luxembourg research community

Every two years, the FNR commissions a survey study to understand the level of notoriety and the perception of the Luxembourg research community among the general public. Discover the findings!


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“Encountering some of the most brilliant minds on the planet”: Interview with Hannah Rana

For each Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, the FNR runs a Call for promising young researchers with a connection to Luxembourg to attend. For the 2019 Lindau Meeting, dedicated to physics, Hannah Rana, PhD candidate in Space Cryogenics at Oxford University had this rare opportunity. Hannah shares her highlights – from speaking to all 39 Nobel Laureates in attendance, including Donna Strickland; realising the importance of science communication; feeling inspired, and much more.


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Microbiome research: unlocking basic unknowns in human health

The number of genes possessed by the trillions of microbes in a human body outnumbers the host’s genes at least 150 times, justifying the comparison of the microbiome to a second genome – or even an overlooked organ. Global microbiome research over the past 15 years has therefore focused on answering a single question: are our microbiota affected by our health status, or are they are actively involved it?


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Understanding the transformations of energy

Energy is not generated; it is only changed. The physicist Riccardo Rao has dedicated his energy to find out more about the thermodynamic costs of these changes in biologically-inspired models.


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INTERnational cooperation: A virtual personal assistant for people affected by dementia

The number of people affected by dementia is steeply rising and new, innovative ways of assistive care are needed. Stëftung Hëllef Doheem (SHD) – the largest network of assistance and home care in Luxembourg – is involved in an international project that uses an innovative technology approach to assist people with cognitive problems with daily tasks, helping them live independently for longer.


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OPEN ACCESS FUND

Deadlines:
Sunday 20 October 2019 14:00 CET

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PSP-CLASSIC

Deadlines:
Sunday 20 October 2019 14:00 CET

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PEARL

Deadlines:
Tuesday 15 October 2019 14:00 CET (pre-proposals)
Friday 14 February 2020 14:00 CET (full proposals)

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ATTRACT

Deadlines:
Friday 15 November 2019 14:00 CET (pre-proposals)
Thursday 13 February 2020 14:00 CET (full proposals)

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Latest videos

LuxAI: QTRobot – a humanoid robot for children with autism

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Louis Chauvel – How socioeconomic inequality threatens social democracy

Introducing FNR ATTRACT Fellows: Stan Schymanski (biologist)

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Paulo Esteves Veríssimo: Cyber Solutions for Critical Information Infrastructures

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Conchita D’Ambrosio: How inequality and economic insecurity affect wellbeing

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Michel Mittelbronn – towards a better understanding of neurodegeneration and brain tumours

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Rejko Krüger – connecting fundamental research and clinical care

Introducing FNR ATTRACT Fellows: Pedro Cardoso-Leite (experimental physchology)

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Henderik Proper – Enterprise Modelling – Making the Abstract Tangible

FNR PEARL Chairs: Prof Jens Kreisel – unlocking the secrets of smart materials

Introducing FNR ATTRACT Fellows – Alex Redinger (physics / solar cells)

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