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But I sacrificed the post for the party, she said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRisky topic Researchers Ilaria Capua from Italy Joseph Sriyal Malik Periris from Hong Kong and Adel Mahmoud from the United States (right to left) discuss the risks and benefits of research involving the H5N1 avian influenza virus at a me D Malakoff/Science BETHESDA MARYLAND—The end of a historic 13-month-long global debate over the safety and wisdom of H5N1 avian influenza research may finally be in sight Speaking after a 2-day meeting here US government officials said today that they are moving rapidly to adopt a new policy for reviewing certain studies involving the H5N1 virus in a bid to identify high-risk research before it begins Scientists said the long-discussed move will enable them to soon lift a landmark moratorium on certain kinds of H5N1 research that they voluntarily imposed in January The controversy was triggered by two studies that showed how to make the virus transmissible in mammals potentially sparking a deadly human pandemic Some influenza researchers working outside the United States said that they may even declare the moratorium dead before the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) adopts its new review policy expected no earlier than next month "I suspect that we will be seeing a lifting of the moratorium on the part of people who are not NIH-funded" Anthony Fauci the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) said today at the end of a special meeting dedicated to debating fine-tuning and test-driving the proposed H5N1 policy Many of the 39 influenza researchers who arranged the moratorium he said have been "patiently waiting for this particular event … I would not be surprised if they [now say]: ‘OK we’ve heard it all’ … Some are going to go ahead with their experiments if their country and funder allow it" "We will be discussing lifting the moratorium very soon … I’m sure I am going to be seeing lot of e-mails about this tomorrow morning" said virologist Ron Fouchier of Erasmus MC in Rotterdam the Netherlands who led one of the research teams that helped spark the controversy and also helped organize the moratorium "It would be really nice if all 39 of us agree to lift it or at least 37 or 38 But I think some researchers outside the United States are going to decide to resume" their paused studies even without unanimity he said The latest debate unfolded before some 200 people including many of the world’s top H5N1 researchers who gathered in an auditorium on the NIH campus to discuss the draft review guidelines The rules are supposed to help NIH reviewers decide what kinds of H5N1 research the agency should and should not fund Meeting participants also applied the draft which the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released on 27 November to four hypothetical studies The moratorium and the new rules apply only to a small range of experiments so-called "gain-of-function" studies in which researchers use gene engineering or other techniques to make naturally occurring H5N1 viruses more lethal or able to jump to new hosts such as mammals Many researchers say that such studies are essential to understanding how the virus might mutate into a form that is capable of sparking a deadly human pandemic but others argue that the risks of such research outweigh its benefits The issue came into stark focus in late 2011 when two research teams created H5N1 viruses capable of infecting ferrets That work sparked a global controversy over whether the results should be published and whether funding agencies should do more to identify problematic studies before they begin The review framework is designed to do just that It spells out seven criteria that a study would have to meet to be eligible for NIH funding A researcher would have to show that a gain-of-function experiment has "high significance to public health" for instance and that there were "no feasible alternative methods" for doing it Scientists would also have to provide "evidence" that the H5N1 virus they want to create "could be produced through a natural evolutionary process in the foreseeable future" A study that fails to meet any one of the criteria would get a more intensive review by HHS and other agencies—and possibly a recommendation that it be transferred to an agency that does classified research such as the defense or homeland security departments if reviewers thought the results might be too dangerous to share The plan has drawn mixed reviews from scientists with critics saying that some of the criteria—especially the one that requires researchers to show that their engineered virus could someday appear in nature—are worded too vaguely and set the funding bar too high Others worry that the policy could harm international collaboration especially if other nations don’t follow the lead of the United States Attendees here had plenty of suggestions for avoiding such problems One major recommendation that appears to be gaining traction is to limit the extra HHS-level reviews to only a subset of studies that propose to create especially dangerous H5N1 viruses—specifically viruses that could infect mammals and be spread through the air for instance by droplets of saliva A "growing chorus" of researchers appears to be endorsing that idea according to NIH’s Amy Patterson who is helping write the new policy Such limits supporters argue would allow reviewers to sift out less-risky experiments that are easier to contain and harder to tap for evil purposes Researchers could for instance propose experiments that aim to make a virus more infectious or lethal in birds—but not airborne in mammals—without worrying about roadblocks And the narrower scope would reduce the number of proposals likely to get bogged down in the bureaucracy they argue "As written a lot of H5N1 studies that were not intended to come to review will get reviewed" said Nancy Cox a virologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta "If you read this conservatively [HHS is] going to have to review 75% of H5N1 studies in the NIH portfolio" added Richard Webby an H5N1 researcher at St Jude Children’s Research Hospital Bureaucratic delays he said could lead researchers to leave the field or dissuade students from working on the virus Patterson and other NIH officials couldn’t promise that they’d make that and other suggested changes; the meeting was intended to gather information and not make decisions they said And the government plans to release a second version of rules based on public comments it receives through 10 January But Fauci was clear that he wants to move quickly "I’m sensitive to the fact that this can’t be drawn out over a long time" he said "We want to expedite this" The new policy isn’t expected to affect many studies H5N1 gain-of-function studies account for less than $10 million—or fewer than 1%—of NIAID’s overall influenza research spending Fauci said and fewer than 10% of the grants it gives for research on the H5N1 virus (there are many other influenza viruses) It is unclear whether other nations will follow the US lead At the meeting researchers from Indonesia Malaysia and other nations where H5N1 is a simmering problem generally expressed support for gain-of-function studies and concern about policies that might hinder the field But several said they are more interested in doing studies that characterize natural viruses found in their countries or more directly assist with drug and vaccine development Researchers from Europe noted that some of their nations are developing their own systems for reviewing potentially risky research Many influenza researchers however say that lab safety and security requirements in many nations are already strong enough to allow gain-of-function H5N1 studies to proceed The voluntary moratorium on such studies Fouchier said "has now achieved its purpose" It gave governments scientists and the public time to discuss and implement new policies and to make sure that H5N1 researchers are doing their work safely It is time he said "to get back to work" Not everyone at the meeting agreed "I think we should continue the moratorium" said Thomas Inglesby head of the Center for Biosecurity of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Scientists haven’t yet demonstrated that the benefits of gain-of-function studies outweighed the risks he said And "if we do decide to proceed all should acknowledge the extraordinary risk" Written by Shikha Sharma | New Delhi | Published: April 12 2015 12:15 am Being a summer collection I wanted the fabrics to be light and flowy I’ve used a lot of tulle chiffon georgette and since it’s summer Lucknowi chikan and some lace Embroidery is my USP Related News How did the idea for your eponymous label develop Having been exposed to fashion from a young age I always had the sense that I was going to be in this industry but I wasn’t sure which aspect of it After completing my fashion management degree from London College of Fashion I returned to India and worked in the industry Around then I often wore my own designs and soon friends started ordering from me Your mother Rita Dhody has always been known for her innate fashion sense How much of your style comes from her A lot of it Mothers always unknowingly have an influence on you and my mother has always had this very strong sense of fashion She carries herself elegantly I’ve also seen her style evolve While our thinking does merge I’m younger so my sense of style is classic but edgier I’m more experimental Did you have a theme in mind for your first collection What is NADINE’s USP I like to work with feminine silhouettes and fabrics Being a summer collection I wanted the fabrics to be light and flowy I’ve used a lot of tulle chiffon georgette and since it’s summer Lucknowi chikan and some lace Embroidery is my USP So there’s beadwork resham mirrorwork and zardozi Also the one thing that I hate about ornate Indian clothes is how they overburden you My designs are dressy because of the embroidery but also easy to wear Any plans to take NADINE to other cities NADINE will retail at Bandra 190 till next year at least and OGAAN in Delhi I want to go online too but I’m not rushing into it [email protected] For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: September 20 2016 2:32 pm Apple admits iPhone 7’s EarPods Lightning headphones have a problem (Source: AP) Top News Apple’s iPhone 7 has a new problem after the hissing sound issue According to reports on Twitter Apple’s Earpods once plugged into the device have an issue with the volume control dongle which stops working While the audio continues to work in some cases users cannot increase or decrease volume from the headphones or even activate Siri or pick up calls According to a report on BusinessInsider an Apple spokesperson confirmed the issue and said they will issue roll out a fix in a future software update The report adds the issue is random and unplugging the EarPods and replugging them seems to be a temporary fix for it A tweet by Scott O’Reilly @scttor on Twitter highlighted the issue His tweet reads “PSA: Lightning headphone adapter shuts off after 5 minutes of inactivity if screen is off Pause/volume don’t work until replugging” followed by another tweet which said “And by “inactivity” I meant not playing audio” Some people responded to his tweet saying they too are facing a similar issue with the iPhone 7’s EarPods Check out the tweets below: PSA: Lightning headphone adapter shuts off after 5 minutes of inactivity if screen is off Pause/volume don’t work until replugging @atpfm — Scott O’Reilly (@scttor) September 18 2016 @scttor @siracusa @atpfm this seems to happen with my lightning EarPods as well not just adapted 35mm headphones — Michael Cailler (@michaelcailler) September 18 2016 @michaelcailler @scttor @siracusa @atpfm Ohhhh that’s what happened to me I thought my headphones went bad Weird — Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) September 18 2016 The headphone issue is not the only one plaguing iPhone users it seems Apple users have reported a hissing problem on the new iPhones and it is being blamed on the A10 Fusion chipset The issue was first reported by512 Pixels’ Stephen Hackett who shared a YouTube link to the hissing sound from his iPhone 7 Plus He wrote on Twitter “My iPhone 7 Plus makes terrible noises when under load” iOS developer Marco Arment also commented on Hackett’s tweet saying the hissing sound is “the phone equivalent of hearing the fans spin up loudly whenever your Mac’s CPU gets used to its actual potential” Apple has not officially commented on hissing-gate so far Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus go on sale in October 7 in India with a starting price of Rs 60000 for the iPhone 7 and Rs 72000 for the Plus version For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Jakarta | Published: October 30 2017 7:09 pm Indonesian authorities lowered the alert status of Bali’s Mount Agung volcano from the highest level on Sunday following a significant decrease in activity in recent days (File Photo) Related News Indonesian authorities lowered the alert status of Bali’s Mount Agung volcano from the highest level on Sunday following a significant decrease in activity in recent days More than 140000 people fled the area around the mountain after its alert status was raised to the highest level on September 22 indicating an eruption may be imminent The region has been rattled daily by hundreds of tremors from the volcano Mount Agung located about 70 kilometers (45 miles) northeast of Bali’s tourist hotspot of Kuta last erupted in 1963 killing about 1100 people Kasbani a government volcanologist who uses just one name said the decision to downgrade Agung’s status was made after several scientific indicators showed its activities were decreasing drastically Tremors from the 3031-meter (9900-foot) volcano which indicate rising magma have reduced in number from about 1000 a day to fewer than 400 Kasbani said the radius of the volcano’s danger zone declined from 12 kilometers (75 miles) to 75 kilometers (45 miles) from Agung’s crater The government volcano agency said the downgrade means villagers who evacuated but do not live in the new danger zone could return home but should not venture close to the crater which was still emitting smoke Agung is among more than 120 active volcanoes in Indonesia which is prone to volcanic eruptions and earthquakes because of its location on the so-called “Ring of Fire” — a series of fault lines stretching from the Western Hemisphere through Japan and Southeast Asia Another volcano Mount Sinabung on Indonesia’s Sumatra island has been erupting sporadically since 2010 sometimes blasting volcanic ash several kilometers (miles) 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