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Travels with research: baboons to earthquakes

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Hilary Conlan will give a quick run through some of her post degree experiences, which include running a research field station in Mikumi National Park in Tanzania for 16 months, tales of shovelling potatoes off a highway and flying elephant dung, and her current PhD studies on earthquakes and worms.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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