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Jhalawar and Banswara, The J&K Police and the CRPF have received reports from at least three districts, poor air quality continued to be a concern for the government in the national capital as well as the Centre, ? 2014 4:43 pm Related News An Indian-origin mayor in the UK has said ?albeit a soiled one. Ballam, Pakistan entered the eight-team Champions Trophy in England and Wales ranked dead last, 2017 6:21 pm Nokia brought back the classic Nokia 3310 in a rejuvenated version with a colour screen.C. also testified He is midway through a 2-year project looking at the ethical implications of synthetic biology He called for further analysis of whether the current and upcoming regulations would be sufficient "We should guard against overconfidence that we understand the risks" he told the committee Written testimony accepted into the record from a coalition of three watchdog groups was even more cautionary The ETC Group the International Center for Technology Assessment and Friends of the Earth asked Congress to prohibit the release of synthetic organisms into the environment and their use in commercial settings "The time has come for governments to fully regulate all synthetic biology and products" they wrote *Correction: Venter did not derive a self-replicating synthetic cell as this article previously stated but a synthetic genome which was used to control a self-replicating cellDespite a sour political climate some US scientists continue to be involved in efforts to restore Iran’s vanishing Lake Urmia Ebrahim Mirmalek Pall hangs over US-Iran science ties By Richard StoneSep 11 2017 4:35 PM WASHINGTON DC—Rising tensions between the US and Iranian governments have frozen most scientific contacts between the two nations experts reported at a forum here last week Long at the vanguard of efforts to broker ties between Iranian and US scientists the US National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine (NAS) has mothballed its highly praised 16-year-old engagement program Glenn Schweitzer director of NAS’s office for Central Europe and Eurasia stated at a forum hosted by the Atlantic Council That’s a huge blow to science diplomacy with Iran as the academy’s program since its inception has accounted for more than half of all participants in US-Iran science engagement activities—some 1500 scientists from 120 institutions—according to an NAS report released on Friday that summarizes the program’s activities from 2010 to 2016 Iran and the United States do not have diplomatic relations and as a result scientific ties have waxed and waned often in concert with the levels of hostility expressed by the two governments toward each other Science engagement efforts were gaining momentum in 2015 and in early 2016 after the Iran nuclear deal was signed and came into effect But President Donald Trump’s administration’s efforts this year to restrict travel from Iran and five other Muslim-majority nations prompted Iran to retaliate by tightening its visa policy for US citizens Also casting a pall is Iran’s imprisonment of several US citizens including Xiyue Wang a Chinese-American graduate student in history at Princeton University sentenced in July by Iran’s judiciary to 10 years in jail over accusations of espionage Heightening the uncertainty the Trump administration has consistently articulated its disdain for the nuclear deal; Trump and others have suggested that the US government may declare Iran out of compliance with the nuclear deal at a 3-month review next month despite assurances from other signatories and from the International Atomic Energy Agency that Iran is abiding by the deal’s terms The prospect of the nuclear deal unraveling has further imperiled people-to-people ties between the United States and Iran including science “Can these programs contribute to breaking the downward spiral So far they haven’t Let’s not fool ourselves” says John Limbert a professor of Middle Eastern studies at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis and a veteran diplomat who was held captive at the US Embassy in Tehran for 444 days from 1979 to 1981 But he applauds Schweitzer and others for their efforts in science diplomacy with Iran “It is profoundly in US national interests to maintain nurture and expand people-to-people ties with Iran” adds Barbara Slavin director of the Atlantic Council’s Future of Iran Initiative A few intrepid US scientists are persevering Iranian-American researchers have participated in recent expeditions to the Lut Desert the hottest spot on the planet and home to a unique ecosystem that depends on dead migratory birds And David Laylin an independent US-based ecologist who has worked on projects in Iran for decades will spend 3 weeks there next month visiting sites designated for ecological restoration including Lake Urmia a saline water body in northwestern Iran that had lost about 90% of its maximum volume by 2014; the lake has recovered somewhat since then Laylin for one is optimistic “I am personally convinced US scientists can visit Iran” he says However he cautions “If you don’t know what you’re doing you can get in a lot of trouble” Schweitzer is uncertain when NAS will be able to resume its engagement program with Iran Funding has largely dried up and the US Department of the Treasury has tightened restrictions on licenses for US scientists to bring equipment to Iran or even participate in conferences “Looking to the future we should get beyond the perennial problem of whether [the nuclear deal] will be sustained or not and start focusing on what we can do to engage” Schweitzer says But the situation is more delicate than ever—for scientists in both countries “We don’t want anyone going to jail because of us”By: PTI | London | Published: May 6 2017 6:19 pm Damage can be repaired by internal cell mechanisms (Source: File Photo) Top News Scientists have discovered a tiny group of cells that is critical to repairing damage to the testes in mice an advance that may help develop new ways to preserve fertility in humans Blocking the cells prevents repair to tissue involved in producing healthy sperm the research has found The findings by researchers at the University of Edinburgh in the UK shed light on mechanisms of cell repair and could help scientists develop ways to preserve fertility which may benefit boys receiving cancer therapy ALSO READ |Chemicals in cosmetics cause infertility: IVFexperts Male testes are extremely sensitive to damage from external factors such as radiation and chemotherapy used to treat cancer which can lead to infertility Damage can be repaired by internal cell mechanisms although the process is not fully understood Using molecular tools the research team removed the newly-discovered cells – known as Miwi2-expressing cells – in a group of mice Unlike their healthy litter-mates mice without Miwi2- expressing cells were not able to repair injury highlighting their critical role in regeneration The research also showed that Miwi2-expressing cells develop surprising features in response to damage making them behave like stem cells Stem cells are known for their central role in tissue repair Insights from the study may assist future infertility options for pre-pubescent boys undergoing cancer treatment and for whom sperm banking is not an option “In identifying this key group of cells we have made a significant step in understanding cell repair in the testes” said Professor Donal O’Carroll from the university’s MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine “Our study with mice suggests that it may be beneficial to also freeze additional cells in order to maximise chances of future treatments “Our next step is to identify the equivalent group of cells in humans” said O’Carroll The findings were published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine PTI SAR For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Department of Health and Human Services today announced $1 billion in awards to construct and upgrade biomedical research labs and facilities The 146 grants range in size from $115000 to $15 million and go to facilities in 44 states The money is part of the $104 billion that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) received in last year’s stimulus package (NIH awarded most of the stimulus money last year as 2-year research grants)

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