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    Undergraduate Astrophysics Open Day dates for 2016 are here

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    The EU referendum - a statement from the ARI
    In the light of the United Kingdom's referendum vote in favour of leaving the European Union, the Astrophysics Research Institute would like to make a clear statement of our continued support for our staff and students of all nationalities. Modern astrophysics is a global enterprise, and we rely heavily on our links with the astronomical community across the European Union and throughout the world. As the UK government negotiates with the EU in the coming years, we will strive to maintain and strengthen both these links and the diversity of our staff and student community, which greatly enrich our educational and research endeavours.


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    Sep 24 Undergraduate Open Day

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    Latest News

    New undergraduate prospectus launched

    ‘Wasteful’ galaxies launch heavy elements into surrounding halos and

    Vacancy: Administrative Assistant (maternity cover)

    More EAGLE Success at Educate North Awards 2016

    Recent Publications

    • A young cluster with an extended main-sequence turnoff: confirmation of a prediction of the stellar rotation scenario. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 460(1). link>
    • Molecular Line Emission Towards High-Mass Clumps: The MALT90 Catalogue. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, vol. 33. link>
    • nIFTy galaxy cluster simulations - II. Radiative models. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 459(3). link>
    • No evidence for younger stellar generations within the intermediate-age massive clusters NGC 1783, NGC 1806 and NGC 411. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, vol. 459(4). link>


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