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The European Commission has decided to set up the EuroHPC - a European network of supercomputers - in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The decision to establish the EuroHPC in Luxembourg evidences the fact that "Luxembourg is an innovative country"
In July 2018, the University of Cornell, the European Institute of Business Administration ('INSEAD') and the World Intellectual Property Organization ('WIPO') released the 11th edition of the Global Innovation Index ('GII').
After the "Festival of Wiltz" and the "Siren's Call", we continue along the same lines with two events this weekend: the "Blues Express" in Lasauvage and Fond de Gras and the "Nuit des Merveilles" (Night of Wonders) in Bettembourg. The choice is yours.
During the summer months, from 14 July to 2 September 2018, visitors can discover what is happening behind the walls of the Grand Ducal Palace and take a stroll through the building, located in the heart of the city center. With nearly 10.000 visitors each year, the Grand Ducal Palace is the second most visited attraction in the city of Luxembourg.
At the end of June, the jury instructed by the Luxembourg Federation of Performing Arts, also known as Theater Federatioun, met with the intention of selecting the Luxembourg production that will be supported to participate in the OFF Festival in Avignon in 2019.
Mini-crèches are small-scale facilities operating at a level intermediate between a crèche and a parental assistant, designed to welcome up to 11 children aged from 0 to 12 years, including a maximum of four babies aged less than one year.
On Thursday 5th July 2018, the Chamber of Deputies voted unanimously to go through with the bill of law on the Ministry of Economy's aid scheme for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). A financial package of 89 million euro will
The Cultural Forum on 29 and 30 June was attended by nearly 400 stakeholders in the Grand Duchy's cultural scene; it included the presentation of the cultural development plan for the period from 2018 to 2020.
Municipal fire and rescue services and Civil Protection units (both of which are mainly manned by volunteers), the emergency medical aid service (SAMU), Luxembourg City's fire and ambulance service and firefighters at the airport now form the Grand-Ducal Fire and Rescue Corps (CGDIS).
Pour sa 2e participation aux Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles, l’association Lët'z Arles a désigné les artistes Pasha Rafiy et Laurianne Bixhain pour représenter la scène photographique contemporaine du Luxembourg.