The RadioNet Newsletter 11/2021 has been issued. Find it here.
Thanks to a guarantee from Radboud University, the start of the Africa Millimetre Telescope (AMT) (verwijst naar een andere website) project has been greenlighted. The project aims to realise a radio telescope in Namibia. In addition, Radboud University guarantees a scientific and technical contribution to the EHT consortium for the next ten years. Read here [...]
In the Bilderfahrzeuge Lecture Series The Planetary Experiment you can see EHT results being addressed in the cultural science context. On December 1, 2021, 5:30PM - 7:00PM: Speaker Orit Halpern (Concordia University Montreal).
The 3rd edition of the International Astronomical Union Women in Astronomy (WiA) newsletter has been issued. Read it here. Image: IAU WIA
The ESFRI Roadmap 2021 Launch Event that was planned to take place on December 7, 2021, in Ljubljana, Slovenia, has been transformed to a fully digital event, due to pandemic restrictions. On December 7, 2021, ESFRI will present the 2021 ESFRI Roadmap on Large Scale Research Infrastructures during a half-day online conference. The event is [...]
Council of the European Union adopted New Pact and governance structure for the European Research Area
The Council on November 26, 2021 adopted conclusions on the governance of the European Research Area (ERA) and a Pact for research and innovation (R&I) in Europe, setting out priorities and a streamlined governance framework for the ERA, including an ERA policy agenda for 2022-2024. Find here the press release of the Council of the [...]
Watch here the latest RadioViews edition, in which Luca Ricci, an international Max Planck Research School PhD candidate, is talking about the amazing radio galaxy NGC 315. L. Ricci explains in this episode, why the extraordinary radio galaxy NGC 315 is the perfect candidate to study jet formation and collimation. the jet formation processes in [...]
The New ERA Conference was held on October 26/27, 2021 in Slovenia. Find here the summary published on November 23, 2021, with a summary of a large amount of ideas discussed at the conference by the policy officials, researchers, funders, research performing organizations and industry in the form of recommendations. Image: © 2021 new ERA
Article by Tiziana Venturi (INAF, Istituto di Radioastronomia) Radio astronomy in Italy began almost like a joke among a group of young and enthusiastic physicists at the University of Bologna around 1960. More than 60 years have gone since that thrilling moment, most of the people involved in the initial stages of this extremely successful [...]
See here the new version of the JIVE website.