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COMMISSION 28: GALAXIES

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The membership of Commission 28 is so large, and the spread of research interests so broad, that the research highlights presented here of necessity represent just a small subset of the work carried out over the past three years. Progress in the area of galaxy evolution continues to be particularly rapid, driven by both the availability of new multi-wavelength survey data and the development of increasingly sophisticated simulations to model the complex behaviour of stars and gas (e.g. Agertz et al. 2011; Guo et al. 2011; Keres et al. 2009; Schaye et al. 2010).

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