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 Published 16.04.2014

Double royal birthdays

Royal family: Luxembourg’s head of a state and his youngest son both marked milestones on Wednesday. Wednesday April 16 saw a pair of royal birthdays in Luxembourg. Grand Duke Henri The Grand ... arrow

 Published 15.04.2014

Social pressure helps save soap suds

Psychology: University of Luxembourg researchers have founds a subtle way to cut down on hotel laundry. Psychology researchers at the University of Luxembourg have found just how effective social ... arrow

 Published 14.04.2014

Uni. budget debate

Education: Rector Rolf Tarrach has criticised a 19% cut in planned spending at the University of Luxembourg; the government says the budget is still up more than a third, at a time when the state is ... arrow

 Published 11.04.2014

Embracing Luxembourg

Integration: Born out of a desire to do something for the international community, the “Lux Meet Greet Discover” group is making a valuable contribution to integration. Luxembourger Sabrina Deisges ... arrow

 Published 10.04.2014

Is the EU working correctly?

European Court of Auditors: Europe’s watchdog agency has issued a serious warning. “There were serious indications of ‘dead weight’--projects which would have gone ahead even ... arrow

 Published 10.04.2014

Bike boxes to benefit riders

Mobility: Secure parking spaces at central train station have opened in a bid to encourage more commuters to cycle to work. The Grand Duchy’s public transport authorities have opened a ... arrow

 Published 09.04.2014

Med-e-Tel at LuxExpo

Conference: A global health technology conference tackles topics from telemedicine to mobile apps this week in Kirchberg. The 12th annual international e-health, telemedicine and health ICT forum ... arrow

 Published 09.04.2014

Data retention directive illegal, says ECJ

Legal: Europe’s top court has ruled that the EU’s 2006 electronic surveillance rules breach the European Charter of Fundamental Rights. European rules requiring telecommunications firms to keep user ... arrow

 Published 08.04.2014

Stroke of giving

Getting involved: Swimmers at a Red Cross event have helped collect more than €12,000 to aid the Grand Duchy’s neediest families. The Luxembourg Red Cross’ international section has raised five ... arrow

 Published 08.04.2014

“Live tweeting” WWI

Social media: University of Luxembourg students are bringing the First World War into the 21st century. Masters of modern European history students at the University of Luxembourg are using Twitter ... arrow

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