—> All scheduled people-gathering-in-a-physical-location events are of course subject to what happens with the COVID-19 pandemic. We will update details here as soon as we know them.
|October 1-November 13, 2022.||Ig Nobel Prize Special Exhibition, Osaka Japan, at the Shinsaibashi Parco.|
|November 24, 2022, Thursday, 7:30 pm (Central European Time).||Heinz Oberhummer Award Ceremony, Stadtsaal, Vienna, Austria — The Heinz Oberhummer Award is for “outstanding scientific communication”. In 2022 it will be awarded to the Ig Nobel Prize. Marc Abrahams and Ig Nobel Prize winners Lisa Oberzaucher, David Hu, Sabine Begall, and Minna Lyons will participate in the ceremony, which will be webcast live.|
|November 25, 2022, Friday.||“Science Friday” radio program — Specially edited version of the 2022 Ig Nobel Prize ceremony. See the Science Friday web site for broadcast times.|
|December 14, 2022, Wednesday.||Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Research Group for Nurses — Marc Abrahams will talk, remotely, about improbable research.|
|January 13, 2023, Friday.||Arisia, Boston, Massachusetts, USA — Dramatic Improbable Readings. Details TBA|
|February, 2023. (exact date TBA)||American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, USA — Annual special Improbable Research session. Details TBA|
|March-April, 2023.||2023 Ig Nobel Euro (and Brexitannia) Tour — Details TBA.|
|August 15, 2023, Tuesday.||American Chemical Society (ACS), San Francisco, California, USA — Marc Abrahams will give the keynote talk during Chemical and Engineering News (C&EN)’s 100th anniversary celebration.|
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