Today is the first day of the UK National Astronomy Meeting (known as NAM). You can find out more about it here, and can follow various developments on the twitter hashtag #nam2010
We have a Herschel session tomorrow, for which I’m the organizer. There won’t be a lot new beyond what was shown at Madrid as we are under embargo from ESA who want to show all the new and exciting results at the ESLAB Herschel meeting in May. But we should have some interesting things for you nevertheless.
For more general news on UK astronomy keep watching the news as there are usually a flurry of press releases around NAM. Hopefully we can push aside some of the election coverage and get some science out!