Science is getting a higher profile, be it in a new generation of presenters, landmark TV series or in the increasing investment in science and innovation. It could be in the increasing number of science books, especially in the field of popular science, where authors are trying to act as educator to the reader.
But there’s another type of science that pokes fun at the foibles – and follicles – of science in order to explain, brought to life by the Annals of Improbable Science that clai...
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