An ERC Starting Grant project on p-process nucleosynthesis concluded

@article{Gyrky2015AnES,
  title={An ERC Starting Grant project on p-process nucleosynthesis concluded},
  author={Gy. Gy{\"u}rky and Z. Hal'asz and T. Sz{\"u}cs and G. G. Kiss and Zs. F{\"u}l{\"o}p},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2015},
  volume={665}
}
In 2008 a Starting Grant project supported by the European Research Council titled “Nuclear reaction studies relevant to the astrophysical p-process nucleosynthesis" was launched. After five years of successful research related to the experimental investigation of proton- and alpha-induced nuclear reaction for the astrophysical p-process, the project came to an end. In this paper a summary of the research and the most important achievements is given. 
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