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The year 2009 marked the 30th anniversary of the creation of the ‘Institut de Radioastronomie Millimétrique’ (IRAM). Both of IRAM’s observatories, the 30-meter telescope on Pico Veleta in Spain and the interferometer on the Plateau de Bure in France, are prime facilities for radio astronomy and the most powerful observatories today operating at millimeter wavelengths.

The celebration of IRAM’s 30 years will be an opportunity to examine new scientific horizons that will be opened by the next generation of radio telescopes, and to explore the role that IRAM will continue to play in this new and rapidly evolving landscape.

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Pierre Cox (IRAM, France) - IRAM: Recent Developments and Future Prospects
Jose Cernicharo (Centro de Astrobiologia, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain) - Recent Results on Astrochemistry: the Role of IRAM
Anne Dutrey (Observatoire de Bordeaux) - Protoplanetary Disks


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