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Inheriting Erasmus Darwin’s The Temple of Nature: Family History, Evolutionary Thought, and Public Debate

The project makes a timely contribution to research on science, poetry, and evolutionary theory through Erasmus Darwin’s pioneering philosophical poem The Temple of Nature (1803) while also further exploring the relationship between Erasmus and the legacies of his grandson, Charles Darwin. Read more

Stellar mass loss and feedback from red giants to supernova remnants

Building on our expertise in the mass loss from cool evolved stars, this project aims to take the next step in the empirical determination of the launching and driving mechanisms of stellar winds, the formation of circumstellar dust, the properties of core-collapse and electron-capture supernova progenitors and the impact of supernova remnants on the ambient interstellar medium. Read more

In Search of Runaway Stars

Most stars in our galaxy move in more or less orderly orbits, but in recent decades astronomers have identified some stars that are moving considerably faster than expected; these are runaway stars. Read more

Machine-learning methods for stellar model calibration with large datasets

In mid-2022, the European Space Agency (ESA) will release new results from the Gaia mission. This third data release (DR3) will be the first one to include mass, radius and luminosity estimates for eclipsing binaries stars based on Gaia data. Read more

Finding eclipsing binary star systems and measuring their physical properties using machine learning

The study of eclipsing binary star systems is one of the most mature and rewarding areas of stellar physics, offering the unique opportunity to determine the masses and radii of distant stars using only observational data and geometry. Read more
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