Philip Best



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Research

My research covers a wide range of extragalactic astrophysics, mostly observation-driven. My particular interests are:
  • Active galactic nuclei (AGN)
  • Radio astronomy, and radio-loud AGN
  • Galaxy formation and evolution
  • The star formation history of the Universe
  • Galaxy clusters and environment
  • The high-redshift Universe
More specific details about my current research activities can be found on this page.

At the moment I have the following group working with me: Ph.D. students who I have supervised include: If you are interested in working with me, please see here.