Marc Abrahams’s TEDx CERN talk, about improbable research

At TEDx CERNMarc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research and founder of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony, does a TEDx Talk about how all research — real research, that is — is improbable.


The same thing, translated into French:

This was the second of three officially Improbable parts of TEDx CERN. the first was the song “Some Galaxies”.

2 Responses to “Marc Abrahams’s TEDx CERN talk, about improbable research”

  1. [email protected] Says:

    In this talk, Marc Abrahams, the editor of the Improbable Research, refers “Harvard University” several times.
    I wonder if/how Harvard University is involved in the Improbale Research/IG Nobel except that the annual ceremony is held at Harvard Sanders Theatre??? For example, is Harvard University involved in the nomination process of IG Nobel Prize winners? I am asking this because some of the winners claim as if Harvard University authorized the prize.

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