Belval is quality of life!

The new Belval

Belval is quality of life!

What was once 100% an industrial site is now 100% a city quarter – Belval is the new address in Luxembourg that offers a unique mix of work life, home life and enjoyment.

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Pure urban living

Living in Belval

Pure urban living

Whether an apartment or spacious studio right at the heart of Belval with views of the blast furnaces, or a smart single family house with a garden and view of the park, there’s a home for everyone at Belval.

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Only pros, no cons

Working in Belval

Only pros, no cons

In Belval, industry meets science, cutting-edge research meets entrepreneurial spirit and, last but by no means least, supply meets demand.

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Meeting point for smart people

Learning & Research

Meeting point for smart people

Where the blast furnace chimneys were once stoked is now where great minds are set ablaze. Belval is the home of the new University of Luxembourg, a college and countless research institutes and start-up companies.

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The right offer for everyone

Living and enjoying

The right offer for everyone

Whether a romantic dinner by candlelight, shopping with your best friend, a relaxing evening at the cinema or a pleasant walk in the park, there’s plenty for everyone in Belval!

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One location – lots of possibilities

Investing in Belval

One location – lots of possibilities

It's the location at the heart of Europe, the dynamic, the consistent functions mix of living, working, home and study that make Belval appealing for investors as well.

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Belval researchers win US award

LCSB team comes out ahead of Harvard colleagues in the final
Researcher Dr. Enrico Glaab of the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) has just won the public scientific challenge of the “Geoffrey Beene Foundation" in the USA. In a worldwide online vote, he presented the results of his research on “Why women have a greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s than men”, and was voted the overall winner of the foundation’s $ 50,000 prize. Some 800 challenge entries from 62 countries were submitted for this year’s “Geoffrey Beene NeuroDiscovery Challenge”. In the first step, the research experts chose three finalists, which included Glaab and his team, and two research teams from the USA. They had to present their suggestions in a generally comprehensible form as video presentations and texts in the Internet. Then citizens and researchers were able to vote for them online. At a live event at the New York Academy of Sciences, a committee of prominent researchers gave their final pronouncements and named Glaab the victor. The video presentation of Dr. Enrico Glaab’s research Further information also at: http://wwwen.uni.lu/lcsb
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