Recent advances in broad band millimeter and submillimeter instrumentation, as well as modelling and laboratory measurements have changed the nature of research on interstellar matter. With modern observatories one can now measure a vastly increased number of lines from a great number of molecular and atomic species simultaneously with high sensitivity and high spectral and spatial resolution. Spectroscopic data will also be available over rapidly increased fields by means of multi-beam instruments or interferometric mosaicking and on-the-fly imaging techniques. Current and upcoming modeling and analysis methods including statistical treatments of large data sets and source surveys will also open new opportunities.
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