Saturday — The Ig Informal Lectures, at MIT

The Ig Informal Lectures
Saturday, Sept 16, 2017, 1:00 pm
MIT, building 10, room 250 — 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, Planet Earth.

You are invited. It’s free, no tickets needed. Come early to assure a seat.

A half-afternoon of improbably funny, informative, informal, brief public lectures and demonstrations:

UPDATE: Here’s video of the 2017 Ig Informal Lectures:

BONUS: This video shows TV news anchors’ first reaction, right after the 2016 Ig Nobel Prize ceremony, to seeing Thomas Thwaites in action:

BONUS: Here’s a look at one of the previous year’s lectures — this will give you some of the flavor of this annual event. The 2016 Ig Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Gordon PennycookJames Allan CheyneNathaniel BarrDerek Koehler, and Jonathan Fugelsang for their scholarly study called “On the Reception and Detection of Pseudo-Profound Bullshit.” (That study was published in the journal Judgment and Decision Making, vol. 10, no. 6, November 2015, pp. 549–563.)

The Ig informal Lectures are a free event, organized in cooperation with the MIT Press Bookstore.

4 Responses to “Saturday — The Ig Informal Lectures, at MIT”

  1. Rex Bright Says:

    I love these ig Nobel videos. So sorry I no longer live in Boston area so I can’t attend the Annual ig Nobel Award Ceremony. -Rex in San Diego

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