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Popular characters like Dexter or Johnny Test inspired many of us to become scientists. However, these cartoons engendered in our minds a perception that all scientists work in a lab. This is quite untrue. Today, if you are among the internet users that constitute 57% of the world population, then you can also become a […]
The Ig Nobel Prizes began with the premise of awarding ideas that demanded recognition but would go unnoticed. It was founded by Marc Abrahams, a graduate of Harvard University who loved to explore things that were unique and funny since childhood. In an interview, Abrhams described that the idea of giving recognition to scientific humour began with some funny articles for an obscure magazine and then imbued books, columns and prizes.