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NAM 2016 session: The Building Blocks of Galactic Chemical Evolution

This aim of this session is to bring together experts from different disciplines, including galactic dynamics, galactic chemical evolution, stellar evolution, nucleosynthesis, observations of stellar abundances and nuclear astrophysics, and answer a key question like how the elements were made in the universe, and how they evolve. The BRIDGCE network (BRIdging the Disciplines of Galactic Chemical Evolution) aims to facilitate knowledge transfer and develop synergies between the UK researchers involved in the study of the origin of the elements. This is an open session to all researchers that are working in these disciplines or want to know more about this field of research. Contributions from early career researchers are particularly encouraged.

Event details

When

Jun 30, 2016
from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

Where

Nottingham

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Chair: Marco Pignatari (University of Hull)

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