## Corbelli, Braine & Giovanardi (2019) – Rise and fall of molecular clouds across the M33 disk

We carried out deep searches for CO line emission in the outer disk of M33, at R>7 kpc, and examined the dynamical conditions that can explain variations in the mass

## González-Casanova, Lazarian & Burkhart (2019) – Velocity centroid gradients for absorbing media

We explore how the velocity gradient technique (VGT) can be applied to absorbing media in the case of 13CO 2-1 emission. The VGT is a new way to trace magnetic

## Utomo, Blitz & Falgarone (2018) – The Origin of Interstellar Turbulence in M33

We utilize the multi-wavelength data of M33 to study the origin of turbulence in its interstellar medium. We find that the HI turbulent energy surface density inside 8 kpc is

## Clark et al. (2018) – Tracing the formation of molecular clouds via [CII], [CI] and CO emission

Our understanding of how molecular clouds form in the interstellar medium (ISM) would be greatly helped if we had a reliable observational tracer of the gas flows responsible for forming

## Henshaw et al. (2016) – Molecular gas kinematics within the central 250 pc of the Milky Way

Using spectral line observations of HNCO, N2H+, and HNC, we investigate the kinematics of dense gas in the central ˜250 pc of the Galaxy. We present SCOUSE (Semi-automated multi-COmponent Universal

## Dobashi et al. (2018) – Spectral Tomography for the Line-of-Sight Structures of the Taurus Molecular Cloud 1

We clarify the line-of-sight structure of the Taurus Molecular Cloud 1 (TMC-1) on the basis of the CCS($J_N=4_3-3_2$) and HC$_3$N($J=5-4$) spectral data observed at a very high velocity resolution and

## Punanova et al. (2018) – Kinematics of dense gas in the L1495 filament

We study the kinematics of the dense gas of starless and protostellar cores traced by the N2D+(2-1), N2H+(1-0), DCO+(2-1), and H13CO+(1-0) transitions along the L1495 filament and the kinematic links

## Mattern et al. (2018) – SEDIGISM: The kinematics of ATLASGAL filaments

Analysing the kinematics of filamentary molecular clouds is a crucial step towards understanding their role in the star formation process. Therefore, we study the kinematics of 283 filament candidates in

## Kreckel et al. (2018) – A 50 pc Scale View of Star Formation Efficiency across NGC 628

Star formation is a multi-scale process that requires tracing cloud formation and stellar feedback within the local (≲kpc) and global galaxy environment. We present first results from two large observing

## Fissel et al. (2018) – Relative Alignment Between the Magnetic Field and Molecular Gas Structure in the Vela C Giant Molecular Cloud using Low and High Density Tracers

We compare the magnetic field orientation for the young giant molecular cloud Vela C inferred from 500-$\mu$m polarization maps made with the BLASTPol balloon-borne polarimeter to the orientation of structures

## Li et al. (2018) – Where is OH and Does It Trace the Dark Molecular Gas (DMG)?

Hydroxyl (OH) is expected to be abundant in diffuse interstellar molecular gas because it forms along with H2 under similar conditions and forms within a similar extinction range. We have