Special Issue: The 29th First Annual Ig Nobel Prizes
— 18 bonus pages! —
Why Is Wombat Poo Cubic?
Clicker Training for Surgeons
Saliva Quantity Produced by 5-Year-Olds…
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Special Section: The 29th First Annual Ig Nobel Prizes
The 29th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony*
The 29th First Annual Ig Nobel Prizes*
The Acceptance Speeches*
The 24/7 Lectures*
Opera Libretto: Creatures of Habit
Improbable Research Reviews
Improbable Research: Nuclear/Lint, Friends, Sands*
Medical: Age, Backwards Walking & Tipping*
Ig® and Beyond: Tango and Moon Skipping*
May We Recommend: Effect of Obnoxious Odors on Gastrointestinal Motility*
News & Notes
AIRVents (letters from our readers): Horsehair, Cheese Mites, Garbage*
Ig Nobel Limericks: Mars and Banana Skins*
Index of Special Issues
On the Front Cover
Karen Pryor and Theresa McKeon accept the 2019 Ig Nobel Prize for medical education, handed to them by Nobel laureate Rich Roberts. Photo: Alexey Eliseev.
On the Back Cover
Wombat poo, naturally cube-shaped, preserved in cubes, preserved in plastic, collected and prepared by the winners of the 2019 Ig Nobel Prize for physics. Photo: Alex Ip.