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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sreenivas Janyala | Hyderabad | Updated: March 26, some residents of Daulewala claimed that the police did not search the houses of “influential smugglers” and took away the motorcycles of innocent youths instead. but there was no confirmation about his participation in Friday’s meeting.the survivor of a bus accident,000. The 20-year-old actor takes on the role of Prince Zuko in M Night Shyamalan’s fantasy film which has been panned by the critics, it is an effective way to prevent disease,I was in dire need of funds due to a persistent medical problem in our family and so I immediately agreed to it, Jugran told the police Kumar then instructed Jugran to submit a signed crossed-cheque for account verificationsalary slipsbank statementstwo photographs and a photocopy of his insurance policy and told him that an executive from the company would visit him?Due to high ambitions and a lavish lifestyle that he (Kumar) ran into debt and started duping people, the police said According to the policeKumar has cheated more than 60 people The police recovered 23 SIM cardssix mobile handsets10 debit cardsfour credit cardsa CPU with stolen data of insurance customersfake IDs consisting of election I-cardand driving license from their possession The duo had also opened six bank accounts on fictitious identities For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues today released its first set of recommendations for integrating ethics into neuroscience research in the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) Initiative Last July President Barack Obama charged the commission with identifying key ethical questions that may arise through the BRAIN Initiative and wider neuroscience research The report is “a dream come true” says Judy Illes a neuroethicist at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver Canada who was a guest presenter to the commission Brain research raises unique ethical issues because it “strikes at the very core of who we are” said political scientist and philosopher Amy Gutmann of the University of Pennsylvania who chairs the commission in a call with reporters yesterday Specific areas of concern identified in the report include questions of brain privacy raised by advances in neuroimaging research; whether research participants and patients with dementia can give informed consent to participate in experimental trials; and research into cognitive enhancement which raises “issues of distributive justice and fairness” Gutmann says Parsing hope from hype is key to ethical neuroscience research and its application Gutmann notes Citing the troubled ethical history of psychosurgery in the United States in which more than 40000 people were lobotomized based on shaky evidence that the procedure could treat psychiatric illnesses such as schizophrenia and depression Gutmann cautions that a similar ethical derailment is possible in contemporary neuroscience research A misstep with invasive experimental treatments such as deep brain stimulation surgery would not only be tragic for patients but have “devastating consequences” for scientific progress she says To avoid such disastrous mistakes the report suggests funding research into both innovative and successful efforts to integrate ethics into neuroscience research and education including grants similar to the Ethical Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) research program grants issued for the Human Genome Project It also calls for all advisory groups and funding review panels for neuroscience research to include a trained bioethicist—a detail that is often overlooked Gutmann says The first scientific advisory group to the BRAIN Initiative “notably identified no bioethicists on its panel” she says The report makes no mention of ethical concerns surrounding future animal research but Gutmann says the commission may address that topic in its next two meetings scheduled for June and August *Correction 14 May 12:15 pm: Judy Illes is a neuroethicist at the University of British Columbia not at the University of Montreal as previously reported This has been corrected The Natural History Museum (NHM) in London announced today that it will return a significant collection of decorated heads a mummy and other 19th century human remains to their Aboriginal descendants in the Torres Strait Islands The agreement demonstrates "for the first time in the United Kingdom a new way of approaching repatriation claims in what has been previously a hugely polarized debate" says Richard Lane director of science at NHM British museums are not known for speedy repatriation of objects such as Greece’s famous Elgin marbles but in 18 months of negotiations NHM scientists explained the scientific importance and care of the remains to elders on the Torres Strait Islands an archipelago between the northern coast of Australia and New Guinea The museum has also offered to hire an islander who will learn to work scientifically with the remains at the museum and museum officials also reserved the right to retain the collection if it appears likely to be destroyed Most of the remains came from a cave on the island of Pulu a site sacred to the people who live on Mabuiag Island A missionary teacher had the remains removed from the cave after the island’s community converted to Christianity; many of the decorated skulls and jawbones ended up with a dealer who sold them to the museum in 1884 A mummy was donated to the museum and islanders traded other remains during the early to mid-19th century to officers and naturalists aboard Naval Survey ships including one on which Darwin’s close friend English biologist Thomas Huxley served as a surgeon They were added to the museum’s collection of 20000 human remains After Torres Strait Island elders asked for the remains museum scientists were able to identify the origins of 141 skeletal and soft tissue remains ranging from a single tooth to a rare mummy They linked 119 individuals to the Torres Strait islands including 19 to specific islands Press reports in the United Kingdom suggest that some researchers are concerned that their ability to continue to study these remains will be impeded But the NHM press release describes the elders of the islands as being "deeply touched" by the transfer according to Ned David of the Torres Strait Islands and standardisation and conformity assessments as possible areas of future cooperation.

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