Spread the word, please! On Friday, November 28, the Science Friday radio program will broadcast its specially edited recording of the 2014 Ig Nobel Prize ceremony. It’s SciFri’s 23rd annual broadcast (SciFri began this day-after-Thanksgiving tradition in 1992, the Ig Nobel ceremony’s second year).
Listen to it on a public radio station, if you’re near one, or on the Internet. (Science Friday is broadcast as two separate, hour-long programs. The Ig Nobel broadcast comprises the entire first hour.)
The photos below, by Mike Benveniste, show the paper airplane deluge, a tiny, traditional part of the epic ceremony:
BONUS: Science Friday again asked journalist Carmen Nobel (yes, that is her name) to visit the Ig Nobel after-party. Nobel’s writeup, on the Science Friday site, is called “Who’s Got the Biscotti? Mingling at the Ig Nobel Awards After-Party“.
BONUS: From SciFri archives, here’s last year (2013)’s Ig Nobel broadcast.
BONUS: The special Ig Nobel 2013 issue of the Annals of Improbable Research