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Late September, and then some.Book tour, for This Is Improbable Too. Marc Abrahams will talk about This Is Improbable Too. A few of the events are listed in this schedule (and the rest will be). If you would like to host an event, please get in touch with us ASAP!

September 26, 2014, Friday, 7:00 pm. Porter Square Books, Cambridge, MA, USA. A Dramatic Improbable Readings performance, to celebrate the new book This Is Improbable Too. Marc Abrahams will dramatically read brief passages from bizarre-but-genuine scientific studies, joined by guest dramatic readers Robin Abrahams, Jean Berko Gleason, and Gary (pork-up-his-nose) Dryfoos.
September 26, 2014, Friday, 9:45 pm.

New Horizons Festival (Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, the Netherlands). Kees Moeliker will explain ‘How do you win an Ig Nobel Prize?’ with improbable contributions by Wouter de Herder (About ‘The Rotterdam Giant’) and Erwin Kompanje (‘Health benefits of wearing a Scottish Kilt’). All speakers are fluent in Dutch.

Star Talk Radio Show with Neil Degrasse TysonMarc Abrahams will be a guest. Broadcast date TBA.
October 1, 2014, Wednesday, midday. Google, New York City, USA. Marc Abrahams will talk about This Is Improbable Too.
October 2, 2014, Thursday, midday. Google, Cambridge, MA, USA. Marc Abrahams will talk about This Is Improbable Too.
October 20-22, 2014. Conference on Scientific Culture, Santiago, Chile, Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda. Marc Abrahams will do a talk. Details TBA.
October 24, Friday, 2014. Live Arts, Academy of Music Theatre, Northampton, MA, USA. Details TBA.
February, 2015. AAAS Annual Meeting, San Jose, California, USA. The Annual Improbable Research Session will happen one night during the meeting. Details TBA.
March, 2015. Ig Nobel Tour of Scandinavia. Details TBA.
March, 2015. Ig Nobel Tour of the UK. Details TBA.

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