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Luxembourg Materials & Production Technologies Cluster


The Luxembourg Materials & Production Technologies Cluster is a network that actively supports the various actors in the field of Materials Technologies in Luxembourg with the goal of creating and developing new and sustainable business opportunities through collaborative R&D and innovation projects.

The Luxembourg Materials & Production Technologies Cluster currently boasts more than 60 companies and public research organisations involved in the field of materials technologies. Its activities include the organisation of regular networking events, themed conferences and workshops. The Luxembourg Materials & Production Technologies Cluster also provides support for developing project ideas, identifying potential partners, finding suitable finance and protecting Intellectual Property.



Check out all open Calls for proposals on the Luxembourg Portal for Innovation and Research


  • 30-11-2016 A new cluster for the wood industry

    On 29 November 2016, Secretary of State of the Economy Francine Closener and Secretary of State of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure Camille Gira announced the creation of an innovation cluster for the wood producing and processing industry in Luxembourg. The Wood Cluster will function as an exchange platform for all players in the sector. Its aim is to contribute to enhancing the use of this excellent sustainable material at the local and regional level. 

  • 11-10-2016 New signature and tools to promote Luxembourg

    The "Luxembourg Signature" is the country’s shared signature and consists of the symbol X, the lettering "Luxembourg" and the invitation "Let’s make it happen".

  • 05-10-2016 Apply for a free-of-charge analysis of your material or device at neutron research facilities

    SINE2020, a European research and innovation project funded by Horizon 2020, offers companies the opportunity to use Europe’s leading neutron facilities for their research and development. Companies are now invited to express their interest in having a feasibility study in a neutron source carried out for free. The deadline for submitting a proposal is 21 January 2017.