The 2012 Ig Nobels are on the radio at 2 p.m. today
Posted by David Brooks | Friday, November 23, 2012
If you missed the 2012 Ig Nobel Awards at Harvard earlier this fall, you can hear an edited version today - Friday, Nov. 23 - on public radio's Science Friday show (starts at 2 p.m. on NH Public Radio).
Where else can you heard about the physics of ponytail movement during jogging, about gas explosions during colonoscopies (ewwwww!), or the SpeechJammer, a device that makes it hard for boring people to talk (alas, it didn't seem to work during the on-stage demonstration). Don't touch that dial!
More information on Ig winners is here.