When do young adults skip and hop, and why? These are the questions that faced Allen W Burton, Luis Garcia and Clersida Garcia. The answers appear in their published research report “Skipping and Hopping of Undergraduates: Recollections of When and Why”. So begins this week’s Improbable Research newspaper column in the Guardian. Read it here.
About: Marc Abrahams
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Posts by Marc Abrahams:
Lene Hau’s Nano-Lecture
Lene Hau’s Nano-Lecture about SLOW LIGHT is now posted. Over the next week or two, we will also post the other Nano-Lectures that were presented at the 2003 Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony. What is a Nano-Lecture? For those unfamiliar with this tiny concept, here’s the official description: Each Nano-Lecture was on an assigned topic. The […]
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A new “What’s New”
We are adding oomph, or at least words, to this section — the “What’s New” section — of the web site, and will be adding items more frequently.