Just Japan Podcast 69: Science Brought Me To Japan

In Episode 69 of the Just Japan Podcast, host Kevin O’Shea talks to Dr. Alex Fraser. Alex is an Australian researcher who works at a university in the northern island of Hokkaido. Alex hails from the southern Australian island of Tazmania and specializes in studying Antarctic ice. Kevin and Alex discuss how he first became interested in Japan and the path that lead him here. They talk about his research, using drones to conduct research as well as the general culture shock and awesomeness of living and working in Japan.

Kevin also answers some listener questions (from the Facebook page) about living in Japan.

 

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Just Japan Podcast 69: Science Brought Me To Japan
Just Japan Podcast 69: Science Brought Me To Japan

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