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Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor

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The Public Research Centre Henri Tudor - that name comes from one of the most brilliant engineer Henri Owen Tudor who invented Tudor batteries - was born with the blueprint law on public research passed in 1987.

The main mission of the Centre is to strengthen the economical and social tissue of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg with a European open-minded way of thinking. From the beginning, the Public Research Centre Henri Tudor has developed its visions and founding principle gathering its whole activities. "From research to innovation" is the leitmotiv that the Centre has kept in mind at each stage of its development.

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