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Joginder Tuteja For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) announced today a new competition to help foreign-born scientists trained in the United States build research programs after they return to their home country Early-career scientists from 18 countries are eligible for the 5-year $650000 awards and up to 35 grants will be made HHMI President Robert Tjian says the program is part of a push to broaden the reach of the institute’s international programs which now receive about $10 million of the $827 million Hughes spends each year on research and education The United States trains a "huge number" of foreign postdocs—which "I’m all for" says Tjian But many face barriers to their scientific careers after they return home "The goal is to provide those who want to go back with the opportunity" to continue to do top-notch research he says To be eligible applicants must have done graduate or medical studies or a postdoc in the United States and have started a lab within the past 7 years Those selected will receive $250000 the first year then $100000 annually for 4 years They will also attend meetings with the roughly 350 investigators HHMI supports in the United States Hughes began its international programs in 1991 with awards to scientists in Canada Mexico and later South America and Eastern Europe The 18 countries eligible for the new competition are "a new set of players" says Tjian Canada Uruguay Venezuela Peru and nine Eastern European countries have been dropped and China Egypt India Italy Portugal South Africa South Korea Spain Taiwan and Turkey have been added The countries were chosen because they have the infrastructure–such as good education systems—to support the new scientists yet can’t provide all the research funding they need for what HHMI calls "potentially transformative research projects" Applications are due 23 February Bruce Stillman a member of HHMI’s medical advisory board says the new program will export the US model of allowing young scientists to work independently In many countries Stillman says the system is either "very hierarchical" and dominated by older scientists or "scientific socialism" in which it’s hard for the best to stand out "I think it’s a good move Hughes should be putting its money where it will make a difference" says Stillman president of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York The program joins another new HHMI international venture a $60 million center in South Africa that will study co-incidence of HIV and tuberculosis Tjian is also phasing out the institute’s geographically based programs for researchers at all career stages and another international program focused on infectious and parasitic diseases which together support about 100 investigators HHMI hasn’t yet decided what—if anything—will replace the funding it is providing to these established scientists after the last grants run out in December 2011 "There may be a short hiatus" Tjian says while the institute evaluates the results of the early-career program Some international scholars say they aren’t concerned about losing their HHMI support But others excluded from the new initiative because they don’t qualify as early-career investigators or didn’t train in the United States expressed frustration with the lack of information about Hughes’s plans for them Marta Miaczynska of the International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw says Poland is overhauling its grants system and she’s not sure how she will replace her HHMI funding which covers 20% to 25% of her lab’s costs "I find it a pity that we cannot apply for the renewal of our HHMI grants" Miaczynska says Molecular biologist Alberto Kornblihtt of the University of Buenos Aires has used 9 years of HHMI support to expand his lab and publish a string of papers in high-impact journals But he’s worried that such success will come to an end Local funding "will be insufficient alone to support the kind of science we managed to do thanks to HHMI" says Kornblihtt who’s not eligible for the new awards Global warming is increasing temperatures twice as fast in the Arctic as elsewhere on the planet Some scientists have suggested that this so-called Arctic amplification can alter circulation patterns that affect weather in the United States Europe and Asia potentially helping cause the powerful winter storms and deep freezes that have blasted the midlatitudes over the past decade A new study suggests Arctic warming could ultimately pack a summertime punch too possibly contributing to extreme events such as the deadly 2010 Russian heat wave Melting sea ice in the Arctic has left vast expanses of dark open water available to absorb the sun’s energy In the late autumn and early winter when sea ice is at a minimum and temperatures begin to cool the ocean releases that extra heat and moisture back into the atmosphere Those fluxes help drive a positive feedback effect further intensifying warming in the region One result of this Arctic amplification is that there’s less of a temperature difference between the Arctic and the lower latitudes Some scientists have suggested that the lower temperature gradient is weakening the winds that circle the globe particularly the polar jet stream In the wintertime the idea goes a weaker wavier jet stream could promote more and longer bouts of frigid air reaching farther south leading to extreme snowfalls such as those that struck the eastern United States in the past few years But winter cold spells are just one part of a possibly larger story The jet stream is weaker in summertime too—and it “has been weakening over the last 36 years” says Dim Coumou a climatologist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany and lead author on the new paper While many of his colleagues have plugged away at the higher profile winter extremes debate Coumou has focused on summer extremes “Of course heat extremes are on the rise almost everywhere on the globe purely because we’re warming the air” Coumou says “But on top of that changes in atmospheric circulation can favor particular weather conditions associated with heat waves” Coumou has examined the waviness of the jet stream in previous work and has suggested that its large twists and turns slow-moving undulations called Rossby waves promote atmospheric “blocking”—a kind of stagnation of weather patterns that he says can exacerbate heat waves But in the new study he and his colleagues took a different tack: Instead of focusing on blocking and slow-moving Rossby waves they turned to smaller and quicker undulations called “free transient Rossby waves” The winding path of these waves sketches out storm tracks across the midlatitudes What Coumou and his team wanted to know he says was how the energy of these weather systems has changed over time from 1979 to present The kinetic energy of large-scale weather systems—including cyclones and anticyclones—is closely tied to the overall strength of the jet stream Coumou says “If the jet is strong the wind shear will be strong” And shear is important in generating “eddies”—cyclonic or anticyclonic swirls of energy—within the overall wind flow “So if you see a weakening of the jet it’s logical that you’ll also see a weakening of the kinetic energy of these systems” Coumou and colleagues analyzed observational data on daily winds for June July and August from 1979 to 2013 focusing on the Northern Hemisphere’s midlatitudes (between 35° north and 70° north) They found a slow decline in the overall “eddy kinetic energy”—a drop of about 8% to 15% in summertime energy during that time period they report online today in Science In other words there were fewer or less intense summertime storms “That is very important for weather conditions on the continents” Coumou says “In summertime these systems bring cool and moist air from oceans to continents and have a moderating effect on the continental weather” In the absence of such storms he adds there’s a greater likelihood of drought and lingering heat The researchers also noted a statistically significant relationship between times of low eddy kinetic energy and extremely high temperature anomalies—for example the sweltering Russian heat wave of 2010 The paper is “an important contribution” and “a new perspective on mechanisms linking Arctic amplification with midlatitude weather patterns” says Jennifer Francis a climatologist at Rutgers University New Brunswick in New Jersey “When these small [free Rossby] waves get weaker in summer they tend to be associated with more stagnant weather conditions particularly heat waves” The finding of an overall decrease in summer storminess is “reasonably convincing” says James Screen a climatologist at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom But he says the difficulty is linking this effect to Arctic amplification There are many factors that can affect the number and intensity of storms—not just the temperature gradient between pole and equator but also east to west gradients and vertical gradients at both larger and local scales “It’s unclear to what extent changes in storminess are … part of the large-scale Arctic amplification or [are] due to more local factors” Coumou has taken the story forward analyzing existing climate models to track the future of eddy kinetic energy over the 21st century “In those you see a clear weakening; it’s a robust signal in those models”—and that the authors suggest means that recent bouts of extreme heat might be just the beginningWritten by Sanjay Singh | Lucknow | Published: September 21 2009 2:09 am Related News To assess the performance of its officersthe Mayawati government has introduced a new system based on the actual work done on ground by state department officials For thisevery montheach sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) will have to fill up an 86-page pro forma giving information related to its various works As part of the programmethe district magistrates (DM) will first conduct a review meet with the SDMs and district-level officers of all departments Nextthe divisional commissioners will review the reports of the DMs under them Theyin turnwill again send their own reports to the state headquarters Following thisthe state-level review will be conducted by the cabinet secretary and the chief secretary in the presence of principal secretaries and secretaries Lastlya report will be sent to the chief minister The systemwhich was introduced this monthwill see its first report reaching Chief Minister Mayawati on September 18 According to a state officialthe system is an attempt on part of the government to improve its performance in the problem areas that had emerged during the reviews conducted by Mayawati after the BSPs debacle in the Lok Sabha elections The government has made it clear that adverse entries will be made in the service book of officers who fail to make amends within two months The official claimed that Mayawati had taken a personal interest in the matter She asked us to make changes in the original format of the pro forma It took us over a week to finalise it in the way she wanted?Written by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Published: June 26 Kanker collector,the World Health Organization says it is still technically causing a pandemic. 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