mini-AIR April issue: Geneva, butter, etc.

The March issue of mini-AIR (our monthly newsletter — it’s a wee little supplement to the magazine) just went out. You can read it online, too. Topics include: The Bogus Butter Question Details about upcoming shows in Geneva The winner of last month’s Bass-Described Singing Fish Competition Maltol from the putrid urine of rabbit and more It also has info […]

mini-AIR March issue: Musical this and that underwater

The March issue of mini-AIR (our wee little monthly newsletter) just went out. You can read it online, too. Topics include: Musical stuff underwater Other musical stuff underwater Details about upcoming shows in UK, US, Switzerland More musical stuff underwater and more It also has info about upcoming events. Mel [pictured here] says, “It’s swell.” mini-AIR is the […]

mini-AIR (Feb issue): Feathers and Gebrauchsmusterschrift

The February issue of mini-AIR (our wee little monthly newsletter) just went out. You can read it online, too. Topics include: Feathers Gebrauchsmusterschrift Details about upcoming shows in Scandinavia & the UK More feathers and more It also has info about upcoming events. Mel [pictured here] says, “It’s swell.” mini-AIR is the simplest way to keep informed […]

August issue of mini-AIR

The August issue of mini-AIR just went out. Topics include: The traditional rivalry between fire ants and carrion flies “Automatic Recognition of Eye Blinking in Spontaneously Occurring Behavior” and more It also has info about the upcoming release of the new book, and about the Ig Nobel ceremony and lectures. Mel [pictured here] says, “It’s swell.” (mini-AIR […]

July mini-AIR: “Biosorption and Me”, etc.

The July issue of mini-AIR just went out. Topics include: “Biosorption and Me” Human Cow-Output Dependence and more It also has this winning entry (by INVESTIGATOR NEIL GREENBERG) for last month’s competition. which asked for a limerick to honor the study “Experience With the Use of a Defoaming Agent in The Treatment of Gastrointestinal Gas“: Ingesting of […]