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<p>The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) at 5000m altitude in northern Chile is an extraordinary achievement of innovation and construction. The total collecting area and sensitive receiver systems in this world-leading facility, combined with the long baselines and the high-altitude site confer unprecedented performance capabilities for scientific exploration of the Universe. This talk will provide a current update on the status of the observatory, highlighting a few ground-breaking results produced in recent years. Looking to the future, the ALMA Development Roadmap will be outlined, including the scientific drivers and required new capabilities that motivate new technical developments that will keep ALMA at the forefront of astronomical research. A summary of the on-going technical work in the three ALMA partner regions towards achieving the Roadmap will be described.</p> <p>[<a href="http://www.almaobservatory.org/images/logo_small.gif" rel="nofollow">http://www.almaobservatory.org/images/logo_small.gif</a>]</p> <p>ALMA</p> <p>In search of our Cosmic Origins</p>
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