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Sushant’s four-page biography, (High-frequency signals pass through the brain, al. Cell 169 (1 June 2017) 2017 Elsevier Inc In a separate experiment in anesthetized mice the scientists “steered” the target area of the TI without moving the electrodes on the animals’ scalps by altering the relative amount of current in each of the two high-frequency fields By stimulating different areas of the motor cortex they were able to selectively prod into motion the mice’s forepaws whiskers and ears The ability to change targets with such ease and precision could be a boon for research and potential therapiesSastre says At the same time the procedure didn’t change brain temperature beyond its normal range or induce seizures both standard safety concerns The MIT team also found no markers indicating that the electric fields caused abnormal inflammation DNA damage or cell death in the targeted tissue But University of Toronto in Canada neurosurgeon Suneil Kalia who implants DBS electrodes in the brains of people with Parkinson’s disease cautions that the study is just a first step “They have turned on some neurons deep in the brain but there’s a lot more that needs to be done” He notes for instance that the TI stimulated patches several millimeters across in the rodent’s brains—far larger than the precise spots targeted by implanted electrodes Boyden and his colleagues hypothesize that using more than two interfering electric fields could pinpoint smaller regions though they haven’t tried that yet Boyden adds that the method by targeting larger areas might also be used one day to treat traumatic brain injury stroke or memory loss The MIT group is not wasting time already exploring if TI works in healthy volunteers “The [MIT Institutional Review Board (IRB)] has approved and we have already begun human subject experiments” Boyden says “We are planning lots of studies” Sastre is surprised the group is moving that fast At the National Institutes of Health he says an IRB would typically ask for additional tests in nonhuman primates or other large animals before moving into humans He’s nonetheless impressed by their proof of principle in mice Applying principles of “freshman physics” the way they have done he says “is one of those elegant simple things that could have been thought of a long time ago”Published: October 17 2016 12:56 pm Models present a collection during Havana Fashion Week at the Grand Theater of Alicia Alonso in Havana Cuba (Source: AP Photo) Top News Like so much else in Cuba shopping for clothes isn’t easy Buying a simple pair of socks or a T-shirt means choosing between the wildly overpriced shoddy offerings of state-run stores and the bales of low-priced clothing illegally imported by “mules” traveling from the United States Ecuador or Panama This year a third option is bursting onto the scene after years of growing quietly in backroom workshops and bedroom studios A small homegrown fashion industry is winning renown and an increasing share of Cubans’ limited clothing budget with simple but fun-and-stylish clothing produced on the island with natural fabrics and sold at competitive prices Hundreds of private designers are turning out gauzy wedding dresses brilliantly decorated bathing suits linen pants and even uniforms for state businesses Last week dozens of designers displayed their wares at the five-day Havana Fashion Week at Cuba’s most elegant theaters where hundreds turned out for runway shows private fittings and cocktail parties “The changes that have taken place in this country the openings make things easier” said Jesus Frias a designer who put on a swimwear runway show on Friday “There’s a fashion renaissance in Cuba but it can’t be a priority for the state so it’s we private designers who are bringing it back” The growth of the artisanal fashion industry comes thanks to free-market reforms put in place by President Raul Castro after he took power in 2008 Unlike some new private businesses the fashion industry is receiving a relatively warm welcome from the communist bureaucracy perhaps because it doesn’t directly compete with the state After successful runs in the first decades of Cuba’s socialist revolution state-run clothing businesses were hurt by the collapse of the Soviet Union and had largely disappeared by the mid-1990s Celebrities and fashionistas have made Havana a hot destination over the last two years amid a boom in tourism set off by detente with the United States In May French label Chanel took over Havana’s Prado boulevard for a runway show that garnered global attention and anger among many Cubans for its privatization of one of the main thoroughfares in the capital of a country that has declared socialist equality as its guiding principle Privately designed clothes remain out of reach for Cubans on state salaries of about $30 a month but those with private-sector jobs or help from family overseas can afford them Mario Freixas a well-known designer who dresses many of the stars of state-run television sells shirts for $20 and men’s and women’s pants for $30 Alongside the domestic market Cuba’s own designers are hoping that their lightweight blouses and fringed swimsuits will become popular items for visitors to take home “We all have high hopes for the tourism boom” Frias said “I don’t think anyone comes to Cuba to buy imported clothing” Havana Fashion Week began in 2015 with 30 designers organizer Catherine Dorticos said This year’s edition had twice as many “It’s a way to motivate people for people to see other options and for artisans to produce more and feel inspired to do new things” she said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRed-eyed tree frog embryos are famous for their Houdini-like behavior The unhatched young of this neon green Central American rainforest amphibian (Agalychnis callidryas)—well known for its big bulging eyes and fat orange toes—can break out of their eggs at a moment’s notice if attacked by a snake even before they are fully developed Now biologists have learned the secret of this rapid egress (see video) Researchers in Panama collected branches with newly deposited egg masses attached to the leaves and used high-speed video in the lab to watch the escape in slow motion When they jiggled the egg mass as an attacking snake would the eggs started to shake Inside each egg the embryo thrashed around as if using force to break out But the researchers also noticed the embryos were repeatedly opening and closing their mouths and that fluid began to leak out just in front of the embryo’s snout even though the snout hadn’t made contact with the membrane until after the leaking started Then the embryo stuck its snout through and squeezed out Suspecting enzymes were creating this escape hatch (when most frog embryos are ready to hatch they secrete enzymes from their heads that slowly degrade the egg membrane) the team scoured red-eyed tree frog embryo heads using electron microscopy and found clusters of glands on the snouts that were packed prior to hatching but were empty in newly hatched tadpoles Thus the embryos use both physical force and chemistry to foil the snake the scientists report today in the Journal of Experimental Biology Up to 80% can escape unharmed By studying how the embryos coordinated both the secretion of the enzyme and the body movements the researchers hope to better understand how the frogs—and other animals—are able to respond so quickly to threatsAccording to the Unruh effect an accelerated observer sees empty space heat up lkuni/iStockphoto Does space heat up when you accelerate Physicists propose test of controversial idea By Adrian ChoApr 14 2017 3:00 AM More than 40 years ago a leading relativity theorist made a surprising prediction Whereas empty space should feel immeasurably cold to any observer gliding along at a constant speed one who is accelerating say because he’s riding a rocket would find empty space hot This so-called Unruh effect seemed practically impossible to measure but now four theorists claim they have devised a doable experiment that could confirm the underlying physics Skeptics say it will do no such thing—but for contradictory reasons "The hope is that this will convince skeptics that the whole thing is coherent" says Stephen Fulling a theoretical physicist and mathematician at Texas A&M University in College Station who was not involved in the work But Vladimir Belinski a theorist at International Network of Centers for Relativistic Astrophysics in Pescara Italy says "The Unruh effect is nonsense it’s based on a mathematical mistake" According to Albert Einstein’s theories of special and general relativity things can appear bizarrely different to observers in motion relative to one another Suppose you stand next to a meter stick with a watch on your wrist If your friend zips past at near–light-speed she’ll see that the stick is shorter than a meter and that your watch ticks abnormally slowly Conversely if she carries a meter stick you’ll see it contract and to you her watch will tick slowly Things get even weirder if one observer accelerates Any observer traveling at a constant speed will measure the temperature of empty space as absolute zero But an accelerated observer will find the vacuum hotter At least that’s what William Unruh a theorist at the University British Columbia in Vancouver Canada argued in 1976 To a nonaccelerating observer the vacuum is devoid of particles—so that if he holds a particle detector it will register no clicks In contrast Unruh argued an accelerated observer will detect a fog of photons and other particles as the number of quantum particles flitting about depends on an observer’s motion The greater the acceleration the higher the temperature of that fog or "bath" The effect is too feeble to measure directly To see the vacuum heat to 1 K an observer would have to accelerate 100 quadrillion times faster than the best rocket can But Daniel Vanzella a theorist at the University of So Paulo in So Carlos Brazil and colleagues argue that it should be possible to detect the key thing—the fog of photons seen by the accelerating observer—by studying light radiated by electrons Here’s how that would work: Suppose you shoot a bunch of electrons laterally across a magnetic field Basic physics dictates that the electrons will turn circles in the field Now apply a vertical electric field to also give the electrons an upward push As well as circulating the bunch of will also accelerate upward The setup thus defines two frames of reference In the frame accelerating upward with the bunch the electrons turn circles (see figure) In the nonaccelerating "lab frame" the bunch traces a stretched corkscrew trajectory Testing the Unruh effect The proposed experiment is a tale of two reference frames V Altounian/Science adapted from Adrian Cho Vanzella and colleagues start their analysis in the accelerating frame where they assume the circulating electrons encounter that fog of photons The electrons will both absorb photons from and radiate photons into the fog Weirdly every event in the accelerated frame in which the electrons absorb or emit a photon corresponds to an event in the lab frame in which the electrons emit a photon The theorists use relativity theory to predict the spectrum of emitted photons in the lab frame as they report in a paper in press at Physical Review Letters In the lab frame they calculate the spectrum of emitted photons should have a tell-tale excess at long wavelengths—but only if there was a fog of photons in the accelerating frame to begin with Vanzella says Roughly speaking the fog of photons in the accelerated frame heats up the electrons and makes them radiate a bit more in the lab frame Thus the experiment would provide a way to test whether the Unruh effect exists: Observe the excess of long-wavelength photons in the lab frame and you’ll know that the accelerated frame space is full of photons Skeptics say the experiment won’t work but they disagree on why If the situation isproperly analyzed there is no fog of photons in the accelerated frame says Detlev Buchholz a theorist at the University of Gttingen in Germany "The Unruh gas does not exist" he says Nevertheless Buchholz says the vacuum will appear hot to an accelerated observer but because of a kind of friction that arises through the interplay of quantum uncertainty and acceleration Sothe experiment might show the desired effect but that wouldn’t reveal the supposed fog of photons in the accelerating frame In contrast Robert O’Connell a theorist at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge insists that in the accelerated frame there is a fog of photons However he contends it is not possible to draw energy out of that fog to produce extra radiation in the lab frame O’Connell cites a basic bit of physics called the fluctuation-dissipation theorem which states that a particle interacting with a heat bath will pump as much energy into the bath as it pulls out Thus he argues Unruh’s fog of photons exists but the experiment should not produce the supposed signal anyway The discord aside George Matsas a theorist also at So Paulo State University and an author on the new paper says he’s looking for experimenters interested in performing the test It could be done with particle accelerators and electromagnets currently available Matsas says "The parameters in the paper were chosen to be realistic" he says Even if the experiment works as predicted however the debate over the Unruh effect seems likely to smolder on Alcatel Flash has a symmetrical design,placing Sunny? polling officials colluded with YSRC candidate and? “The entire polling process has been vitiated in these? please let me know, and that between 2004 and 2006, Zoya Akhtar and other friends.

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