The purpose of Astrochemistry.eu is to foster, broaden, and enhance the understanding of astrophysics and astrochemistry in its various forms like observations, laboratory and theoretical investigations. In addition this site informs about conferences, symposia, seminars, other fora and special courses on the subject. Astrochemistry.eu is an attempt to promote collaborations across the world, helping those in smaller, new or isolated research groups. General links to important databases or other sources of valuable information are given.
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Featured News"Laboratory-based experiments are sorely needed to complement the rapidly proliferating spectral data originating from observations by the latest space telescopes." from (28. November 2013) Nailing fingerprints in the stars, (editorial) Nature 503, 437 (2013); Doi:10.1038/503437a, read more...
(Picture: N. Sakai)
N. Sakai et al.: Change in the chemical composition of infalling gas forming a disk around a protostar, Nature, online 12. Februar 2014; DOI: 10.1038/nature13000,
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|7. - 11. October 2014, Joint Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics with the Physical Society of Japan, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii, USA|
|13. - 16. October 2014, ISM-SPP School 2014 - Laboratory Astrophysics, Tabarz, Germany|
|8. - 11. December 2014, Revolution in Astronomy with ALMA - The Third Year, Tokyo, Japan|
|29. January - 1. February 2015, 62nd Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics, Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove/CA, USA|
|23. - 26. February 2015, Second Workshop on Experimental Laboratory Astrophysics, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii, USA|
|15. - 20. March 2015, From Protoplanetary Disks to Planet Formation, Les Diablerets, Switzerland|