By Claudia Lagos <email@example.com>
Attendees at the 2nd ESO-Australia joint conference (Image credit: Aaron Robotham, ICRAR)
The 2nd ESO-Australia joint conference (ESOz-2020) from 17-21 Feb 2020 in Perth brought together 120 researchers across the world (with 57% Australia-based and 43% based abroad) to discuss the build up of baryons across multiple tracers and facilities, and start a conversation about coordination of surveys from multiple facilities in order to move towards a truly panchromatic view of baryons in the Universe.
Michael Murphy is the Australian representative on the ESO Science Technical Committee. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org