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  • PhD Projects available - 2014

    The ARI research activity focuses on Galaxy Evolution and Stellar Populations, Clusters of Galaxies, Active Galactic Nuclei, Gamma Ray Bursts, Novae, Star Forming Regions, e-Science and Telescope Instrumentation.


    Students interested in other areas of research are also invited to apply and to contact individual members of the institute.

    For more details on our PhD study programme please click here.

    To apply to study on our PhD programme, please follow the application procedure here.

    Journal Club - 25 AprRich Williams
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    Seminar - 30 AprMark Swinbank (Durham)
    First results from two ALMA surveys of sub-mm galaxies in the ECDFS and UDS fields (...more)

    Seminar - 07 MayMatt Bershady (Wisconsin)
    TBC (...more)

    Seminar - 14 MayKate Maguire (ESO)
    TBC (...more)

    Seminar - 21 MayAnnette Ferguson (Edinburgh)
    TBC (...more)


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    Merseyside Astronomy Day IX Saturday, Apr 26, 2014
    The event will include a series of talks from a range of professional astrophysicists, with some additions this year in our new venue including an Ask the Astronomer panel session and an exhibition.
    For further details and full programme including how to book, click here


    NEWS - 04 Apr 2014 LJMU Astronomers challenge cosmological model (...details)

    NEWS - 23 Jan 2014 A remarkable recurrent nova in M31 (...details)

    NEWS - 10 Dec 2013 Cosmic traffic jam probed by giant robot (...details)

    NEWS - 06 Dec 2013 150th Anniversary of UK-Japan Academic Interaction (...details)

    NEWS - 28 Nov 2013 Liverpool Telescope goes comet chasing with Sky at Night (...details)


    Liverpool Telescope National Schools Observatory
    Spaceport Times Higher Award 2007