Anderson’s 24/7 lecture: Contraception.

A highlight from the 2009 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony [AIR 15:6]:

LECTURER: Deborah J. Anderson, Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology and Microbiology at Boston University School of Medicine, and 2008 Ig Nobel Medicine Prize winner.

TOPIC: Contraception.

Complete technical description in TWENTY-FOUR (24) SECONDS:

Reliable, reversible contraception. Women have pills, rings, patches, implants, sponges, IUDs, spermicides, diaphragms, cervical caps, female condoms, and Plan B. Men have condoms… And did I mention condoms?

Clear summary that anyone can understand, in SEVEN (7) WORDS:

Male contraception: sheath it or beat it.