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Stellar Stuff - Gaia Live in Schools

Gaia outreach event on 25th March

A Cambridge-led outreach project is connecting over 2,200 pupils with the excitement of ESA’s Gaia mission through a Q&A session that will take place tomorrow with the discussion streamed live to schools throughout Europe.      Read more...

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Vacancies and Research Fellowships

Current Vacancies

Vacancies and Research Fellowships available at the Institute of Astronomy.     Read more...

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Research

Research at the Institute of Astronomy

The Institute of Astronomy researches across the entire breadth of astronomy. Find out more about our current fields of research and project involvement.     Read more...

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Graduate Study Opportunities

Prospective Students

Applications are now being accepted from Overseas, EU and UK students to commence studies in October 2014.     Read more...

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Outreach

Public Activities at the Institute of Astronomy

Find out about activities at the Institute of Astronomy for the general public.     Read more...

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About the IoA

Institute of Astronomy

The Institute of Astronomy (IoA), at the University of Cambridge, is one of the largest centres for astronomical research in the UK, and is engaged in world-class teaching and research in the fields of theoretical and observational Astronomy.     Read more...

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Upcoming Talks at the IoA

Wednesday 23 April 2014
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Quentin Kral (Paris/LESIA)
LIDT-DD: A new, self-consistent model to study debris discs
Time: 16:30-17:30  [details]
Thursday 24 April 2014
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Kathryn Johnston (Columbia)
Where's the Matter? (Tails from the Milky Way's destructive past)
Time: 16:30-17:30  [details]
Friday 25 April 2014
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Wyn Evans (IoA)
The strangeness of Andromeda II
Time: 11:30-12:30  [details]