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The Nuclear Physics in Astronomy VII conference [NPA VII] will be held in York, United-Kingdom, from 18-22 May 2015.

NPA VII is the 7th edition of a series of conferences held every 2 years, organised by the EPS Nuclear Physics Division. The 2015 conference will bring together experts from different backgrounds: nuclear physicists, astronomers, cosmo-chemists, etc. They will discuss all topics related to astrophysics including the Big Bang, the latest observation and experiment results, neutrinos and neutrons in space, star evolution and more.

Abstract submission ends on 19 December 2014. The reduced fee deadline is 27 March 2015. Online registration closes on 8 May 2015.

Further information regarding this event is available on the NPA VII website.

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