Loss leaders

October 20, 1995

Britain led the world in this week's Ig Nobel prizes, awarded by the Annals of Improbable Research for research which "cannot or should not be reproduced". The economics prize went to Nick Leeson, while the physics award went to three scientists at the Institute of Food Research for their work on the compaction of breakfast cereal flakes.

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