Tonight’s the 21st First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony. 1200 people will have the privilege of watching it live, in-person at Sanders Theatre, Harvard University.
Many more will have the opportunity to watch it live on the internet.
The webcast will be available here on Improbable.com, at the Improbable Research YouTube channel and at finer media outposts around the world and across the World Wide Web.
One of our technology partners, Elemental Technologies, will be hosting the webcast on their site.
Among the other websites hosting the webcast are such geeky luminaries as io9, BoingBoing, Scientific American, New Scientist, Central Science, Forest of Thoughts, and QI (Quite Interesting).
If you prefer a more traditional media experience, you may watch the webcast at sites like The Guardian, MSNBC, Fox News, The Huffington Post, CBC, ABC (Australia), Nashua Telegraph, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and Metro Newspaper.
If your preferences tend towards the non-English, you may enjoy the webcast at such sites as Wyborcza (Poland), Veja (Brazil), Ansa (Italy), Publico (Portugal), Clarin (Argentina), Wetenschap24 (Netherlands), and UOL (Brazil).
The broadcast will begin at 7:30 PM (US Eastern Time) on September 29th, 2011. It will last between 90 minutes and two hours.