A hydrogen-focused partnership between Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology and 3D Oxides has opened up a joint laboratory and installed its first instrument.
Originally announced in June, the four-year partnership aims to conduct a research programme focused on energy, and in-particular, on the development of new materials for the hydrogen industry.
The ultimate goal of the project is the acceleration of new materials discovery adapted to the challenges of hydrogen production and beyond.
With the creation of a joint lab between LIST and 3D-Oxide, two projects are being researched and brand-new innovative equipment is being installed.
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