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ALMA at the Royal Society29 June 2012
Scientists from the Kavli Institute for Cosmology and Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge will present their research work at a major public exhibition from July 2nd to July 9th. Along with colleagues from the University of Manchester, they are presenting their work on the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), the world's most complex observatory which is being built on a remote site in northern Chile. The exhibit is led by Dr John Richer, and was selected competitively to be part of the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition. This is the most prestigious of the Royal Society's outreach events and will allow about 15,000 visitors to talk to scientists from Cambridge and Manchester involved in the ALMA project about their work, and learn about how ALMA makes its amazing images.
More information on ALMA and the exhibition can be found at The Royal Society Website