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Vaguely Accurate - Science

Vaguely Accurate is a series by series based podcast hosted by Daniel Kelsey-Wilkinson. Each series Vaguely Accurate will address a real world problem which is under current investigation by cutting-edge institutions and research centres. Throughout the series we will meet students, specialist researchers & science communicators to deliver you a story of science with tangible applications. By providing a narrative we hope to provide context of a scientific endeavour many may not understand at first glance. Each week we will meet key players within a research centre each working towards a common goal from various angles. We will attempt to understand complex scientific concepts in an easily digestible format and to communicate why their research is important to address the overarching goal of the research centre.
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Jan 27, 2017

In this episode we meet Leanda Mason - A PhD candidate at Curtin University investigating the effect of urbanisation on Trapdoor spiders. Throughout this show you will learn about the ecology of these critters, how to best remove mosquitos from your home via translocation and how spiders are integral to our ecosystem. We also try to uncover some of the many myths and misconceptions about spiders and why people fear them so much.

I hope you enjoy the show and if you have any questions for Leanda or myself please contact us at vaguecomments@gmail.com.

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