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Galaxy evolution in proto-clusters

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The distant ancestors of local galaxy clusters, known as ‘proto-clusters’, are powerful laboratories for tracing the emergence of large-scale structure and studying the formation of galaxies in dense environments. However proto-clusters are rare and diffuse, so locating them poses a significant observational challenge. I will present recent advances in detecting proto-clusters that have allowed us to increase the number of known structures by an order of magnitude in just a few years. In this seminar, I will show how these proto-clusters shed light on the formation of massive galaxies early in the Universe, and highlight the importance of environment in driving galaxy evolution.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Colloquia series.

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