Again, for the subtitle mostly.
You can reserve a copy online at South Dublin Libraries’ catalogue here.
Marc Abrahams, the mind behind the internationally renowned Ig Nobel Prizes, is on a mission: to gather the bizarre, the questionable, the brilliant, the downright funny, the profound – everything improbable – from the annals of science research.
What’s the best way to slice a ham sandwich, mathematically?
What makes Bobs look especially Bob-like?
Is the right or left ear better at discerning lies?
Could mice be outfitted with parachutes to kill tree snakes?