Upcoming Events

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November 28, 2014, Friday. Annual Ig Nobel Ceremony Radio Broadcast on “Science Friday“, PRI — Specially edited radio presentation of the 24th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony. [TWITTER: #IgNobel]
December 4-7, 2014. Belgrade Science Festival, Belgrade, Serbia — Ig Nobel Prize winners Erich Pascal Malkemper and Sabine Begall from the Duisburg-Essen University in Germany “will be the stars of the festival“. [TWITTER: #IgNobel]
January 17, 2015, Saturday, 12:30 pm. ARISIA, Boston, MA, USA. Westin Waterfront Hotel, 425 Summer Street, in Grand Ballroom DE. Details TBA.
January 31, 2015, Saturday, 8:00 pm until early morning. Vienna Ball of Sciences, City Hall, Vienna, Austria. Marc Abrahams will be a Guest of Honor, and will speak to the topic “Vienna’s scientists and their impact on the world!” [NOTE: Other Vienna events TBA]
February, 14 2015, Saturday, 8:00 pm. AAAS Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, USA. The Annual Improbable Research Session will feature Marc Abrahams with Ig Nobel Prize winner Dr. Ivan Schwab, Ig Nobel Prize winner Dr. Nakamats, economist Yoram Bauman, and others TBA. Location TBA.
March, 2015. Ig Nobel Tour of Europe: Denmark, Sweden, the UK, Belgium, and perhaps other countries. Details TBA.
July, 2015. Ig Nobel Events in Japan. With Marc Abrahams, Ig Nobel Prize winner Dr. Nakamats, and other Ig Nobel Prize winners. Details TBA.
November 19, 2014, Wednesday, 5:30 pm. MIT Press Bookstore, 292 Main Street, Cambridge, MA, USA. A Dramatic Improbable Readings performance, to celebrate the new books This Is Improbable Too. and The Ig Nobel Cookbook, volume 1. Marc Abrahams will dramatically read brief passages from bizarre-but-genuine scientific studies, joined by several guest dramatic readers: biomedical researcher Chris Cotsapas; science journalist Cara Giaimo; science journalist Michael Greshko; etiquette columnist Robin Abrahams; bookstore maestro John Jenkins.

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