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These funding levels jeopardize our global leadership in science – in effect ceding leadership to other nations as they continue to invest in strong R&D infrastructures that have already begun to attract our best and brightest innovators.We simply cannot sustain our nation’s research ecosystem combat costly and deadly diseases like Alzheimer’s and cancer and create quality jobs with anemic funding levels that threaten the health and prosperity of Americans The administration and Congress must work together to boost funding for federal research and health agencies in FY15 and end the sequester in order to truly meet the level of scientific opportunity" Looking Like a Flat Future for Big Science Funders Matthew Hourihan just tweeted a graph that offers an at-a-glance roundup of the research agency requests in the 2015 budget Hourihan is a budget analyst with AAAS which publishes ScienceInsider The major funders—the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF)—would be essentially flat under the "base budget" scenario which does not include the funding in the proposed Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative (OGSI) Any new money including nearly $1 billion proposed for NIH and for 1000 new grants for NSF would have to come from the OGSI which is likely to face a rough road in Congress (see below) –David Malakoff One Percent Increase for NSF Draws Lackluster Review Physical scientists and others who rely on the basic science funding that comes out of the National Science Foundation (NSF) are bound to be disappointed with the administration request for the agency: $73 billion That’s a scant 1% increase over the 2014 budget of $72 billion "I don’t think anyone’s going to be happy with a budget that doesn’t meet needs and doesn’t cover inflation" says Michael Lubell of the American Physical Society Meanwhile as part of the $56 billion Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative NSF would receive funding for a "thousand additional" grants but budget documents do not provide further details But that initiative faces long odds in Congress (see below) "If Congress doesn’t go along with this it’s an underwhelming request for NSF" says Matthew Hourihan a budget analyst with AAAS which publishes ScienceInsider –Eli Kintisch Obama Wants New $5 Billion for Science but Will It Happen Today’s budget request to Congress appears to contain some very good news for scientists: a proposed $5 billion in new money for an array of research-related programs including hundreds of new grants for the National Institutes of Health (NIH); a new biosafety research laboratory; and a new high-risk high-reward funding program for biomedical science modeled on the military’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) But don’t get your hopes up: The new money is essentially contingent on Congress making changes to the tax code and spending priorities that aren’t likely to happen this fiscal year Overall the Obama administration is proposing to spend $56 billion on a new Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative that includes the research funding One-half of the $56 billion would come from imposing new taxes on retirement funds owned by the wealthy; the other half from changes to politically sensitive crop insurance unemployment telecommunications and airport security programs Although many of these ideas have champions in Congress each would spark major debate if lawmakers pushed them forward And that is unlikely to happen with elections looming in November and the broad outlines of a spending agreement already in place for the 2015 fiscal year (the result of last year’s government shutdown and budget face-off) Still the proposal offers a revealing look at the White House’s research priorities Here is an excerpt from the budget document that provides a glimpse of the administration’s thinking: Continuing our commitment to world-class science and research the Budget provides $135 billion for R&D overall while targeting resources to those areas most likely to directly contribute to the creation of transformational technologies that can create the businesses and jobs of the future The base Budget increases R&D relative to the 2014 enacted levels with over $5 billion in additional funding in the Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative to drive progress in key R&D priorities Research and Innovation Re-establishing Global Leadership in Basic Research—providing 650 additional new National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants; increasing funding for an NIH Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)-like initiative that will invest in breakthrough medical research; and increasing NIH’s contribution to the multiagency BRAIN Initiative (Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies) that is helping to revolutionize our understanding of the human brain; developing and scaling new manufacturing technologies; investing in a thousand additional National Science Foundation grants to expand knowledge across disciplines and accelerate innovation across industries; and building a new biosafety research laboratory Advancing Clean Energy Research and Development (R&D)—investing in applied research at the Department of Energy to accelerate the development and deployment of new energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies—such as higher-performing electric drive motors batteries and ultra-light materials and composites to enable electric vehicles to be as affordable and convenient as the gasoline powered vehicles we drive today; and technological advances to make renewable electricity as inexpensive and accessible as fossil-fuel based electricity Launching a Race to the Top for Energy Efficiency and Grid Modernization—incentivizing States to make progress toward the goal of doubling American energy productivity in 20 years and toward modernizing their electricity grids resulting in more cost-effective demand response distributed generation and improved grid reliability and resilience Making Other Investments—to maintain US global leadership in basic research and help transition our economy to a clean energy future Infrastructure and Jobs Developing Climate Resilience—investing in research and unlocking data and information to better understand the projected impacts of climate change and how to better prepare our communities and infrastructure; helping communities plan and prepare for the impacts of climate change and encouraging local measures to reduce future risk; and funding breakthrough technologies and resilient infrastructure that will make us more resilient in the face of a changing climate Public Health Safety and Security Providing for the Public Health—accelerating development of a universal flu vaccine Leveraging Funds for Global Health—making additional matching funding available for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria to encourage other donors to increase their pledges Nuclear R&D and Infrastructure The Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative provides additional funding to support the infrastructure and human capital that underpin long-term effective sustainment of the nuclear weapons stockpile and supporting enterprise For example the Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative allows the National Nuclear Security Administration to begin important facilities construction and deferred maintenance projects and to undertake several R&D projects to keep nuclear weapons safe reliable and effective How Will US Science Fare in Obama’s 2015 Budget Request to Congress In his introduction to the budget Obama touches on research funding issues several times “We know that the nation that goes all-in on innovation today will own the global economy tomorrow” he writes “This is an edge America cannot surrender That is why the Budget includes investments in cutting-edge research and development driving scientific and technological breakthroughs that will create jobs improve lives and open new opportunities for the American people The Budget’s Opportunity Growth and Security Initiative will allow us to push our limits even further supporting additional biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health that will help us fight Alzheimer’s cancer and other diseases climate research to develop climate change-resilient infrastructure and agricultural research that will help increase agricultural productivity and improve health” Obama also touches on climate issues writing that: “Climate change is a fact and we have to act with more urgency to address it because a changing climate is already harming western communities struggling with drought and coastal cities dealing with floods That is why I directed my Administration to work with States utilities and others to set new standards on the amount of carbon pollution our power plants are allowed to dump into the air and why this Budget advances new approaches to address the growing cost and damage from wildfires”By: Tech Desk | Updated: October 12 2016 12:36 pm Android 71 Nougat Developer Preview brings support for circular app icons app shortcuts and image keyboard (Source: Google) Top News Google recently announced its first ‘Made by Google’ smartphones named Pixel and Pixel XL The smartphones are the first to ditch the budget friendly ‘Nexus’ branding and Google is pushing into the territory dominated by Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy range At the time of announcement Google confirmed that both Pixel and Pixel XL run Android 71 Nougat an incremental update to Android 70 The new Android 71 Nougat brings new features like platform support for Daydream VR image keyboard support app shortcuts and A/V system updates Google says Android 71 Nougat is being tested by device makers and it plans to make the OS available to app developers With Android 71 Developer Preview most app developers can get their apps ready for the next generation platform Google says the Android 71 Nougat will be made available as an open 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