Salt in high-mass "brinary" disks: Location, weird excitation, and what we don't know
Salt, Hot Water, and Silicon Compounds Tracing Massive Twin Disks
Modeling the complex chemistry of young high-mass proto-stellar envelopes
Opportunities for students, postdocs, and researchers sent to us by attendees.
We don't have any more information on these - we just post 'em if you send 'em!
Summer Extravaganza - JWST Summary Videos!
Summer is approaching and as usual we will take a little break from plenary talks and live seminars … but we have a surprise for you for this upcoming summer! We would like to invite all of you who are going to use JWST Cycle 1 data for their own research to make a short, fun video describing your research plans in terms that the general public would understand.
The goal of these videos is to offer anyone interested in JWST, regardless of their level of science education, a chance to learn more about upcoming research projects and the researchers involved. Presentation slides are discouraged, but are okay as a quick visual aid if necessary; other creative visual aids are good too. Feel free to add personal details related to JWST, such as, "Where were you during the launch and how nervous were you?", or "How will JWST impact your career?" You can be by yourself or have a conversation with someone else, but try to keep it to no more than two people, please.
Once you're ready, you can upload your video through the following Dropbox link:
The videos will be uploaded throughout the summer on our webpage and YouTube account. If you would like to join, we've compiled some tips and tricks based on previous short videos folks have done for Astrochemistry Discussions. These are only suggestions - don't hesitate to be creative if you'd like!
The deadline for submitting your video is June 30. Feel free to reach out to us with questions!