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Science with ALMA: the cool side of the universe

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The successful completion of the long baselines testing has marked on major achievements of the ALMA observatory. While the optimisation of the observatory is still ongoing, most of the baseline modes are now ready for the external users. ALMA has been running Early Science Operations since 2011 and is now transitioning into Full Science Operations, the first upgrades from the ALMA Development Programme are being installed at the telescope. I will review the current status of the observatory, a selection of the science results from the first three cycles of Early Science, focusing mostly on the early universe and planet formation areas, and provide an outlook on the short and medium term scientific capabilities. The longterm development program will also be presented.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.

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