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E-science grant to the Lab on Visualising the assembly of the Milky Way


Christmas came early this year with a grant to the Lab for a three-year project called "Visualising the assembly of the Milky Way - A Virtual Reality framework for interactive exploration of complex 3D data", coordinated by Stefan Lindgren and involving Henrik Garde, Oscar Agertz, Mattias Wallergård, Marcus Nyström, Diederick Niehorster, and Melvyn B. Davies. It is funded by eSSENCE, the strategic collaborative research programme for e-science (sfo) linking Uppsala, Lund and Umeå universities. Congratulations!

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