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1st of August 2023
ACAMAR9 meeting
ACAMAR is a joint China-Australia research centre between the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Australian Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR) and Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL) which has been set up to collaborate on areas of common interest within astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology. ACAMAR aims to build upon existing arrangements to maximise the scientific return on investment in astronomy infrastructure, develop human capital in the field of astronomy, and enhance our common scientific understanding of the universe. ACAMAR collaborates on a range of projects including those connected with FAST, SKA and Antarctic astronomy. The 9th ACAMAR Workshop on Astrophysics, being held this week in Perth, is the first time the two communities have been able to meet in person for several years due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, with the option to join virtually also available. The image above shows Lister Staveley-Smith, Chair of the ACAMAR Australian Advisory Board, opening the meeting.

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