This week's colloquia are highlighted in red.
|Models of Circumstellar Chemistry in AGB Stars||Hogerheijde|
|Gravitational waves, BlackGEM and new old problems in astronomy||Brown|
|Testing General Relativity using a pulsar in a triple system||Rossi|
|Dissecting the Nearest Spiral Galaxies with the Hubble Space Telescope (Sackler Lecture)||Kuijken|
|The heaviest Stars and Black Holes in the Universe||Hogerheijde|
|Visualisation and exploration of the Gaia archive and other very large data sets||Brown|
|Chemistry of Planet Formation||Hogerheijde|
|Radiation feedback and the dispersal of cluster-forming molecular clouds||Hodge|
|Uncovering the nature of dark matter with stellar streams in the Milky Way (NOVA colloquium)||Rossi|
|New simulations and observations of highly-complex molecules in star-forming regions (NOVA colloquium)||Hogerheijde|
|SPECIAL TALK: Embedding Gender Equality in Universities - The QUB Experience||van Dishoeck|
Colloquia take place in the de Sitter room on the ground floor of the Oort Building, Niels Bohrweg 2, Leiden, and start at 11:00 sharp. Coffee and tea are served at 10:45. After the colloquium, a simple lunch is provided. Registration is required to join the lunch.