The anti-Nobel prize for peace, given annually by the American University of Harvard, this year “honored” the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, to declare illegal in their nation clapping in public.
The contest rewards the most unexpected and unusual scientific discoveries that invite the world to analyze and reflect on things remote.
A study shows that we are more beautiful when we drink (category of psychology), made by the French University Pierre Mendes-France, and another on the effect of the opera in mice with heart transplant (medical category) are also part of the list winners of this anti-Nobel.
The biology and astronomy prize went to the team of Sweden, South Africa, Germany, Australia and Britain, which showed that the beetles were lost when looking at the way the Milky Way. While in the physical category, the University of Milan received the anti-prize for showing that certain people would be able to run on the surface of a lake … if this is found on the Moon.