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Comedy Notes

Deciding what's funny can be an exact science

By Nick A. Zaino III
Globe Correspondent / September 24, 2004

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Early next month, the worldwide scientific community will celebrate Nobel Prize-worthy achievements. In the meantime, next Thursday at Harvard's Sanders Theatre, another scientific community will celebrate an entirely different kind of achievement: The Fourteenth First Annual Ig Noble Prize Ceremony prizes will be given for "the world's unlikeliest research," in categories from chemistry to literature. (Full Article: 665 Words)

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