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million cut to $1661 million while the marine sanctuary program would lose $1 million bringing it to $466 million The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) which manages fisheries within the 322-kilometer Exclusive Economic Zone off US shores would get an 8% increase to $8578 million up form $7942 million this year But programs aimed at studying and protecting threatened species would take a $64 million cut to $170 million and habitat conservation and restoration programs would fall by $72 million to about $36 million NOAA’s Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) office—its main research arm—would get a 7% overall boost to $4138 million up from $3869 million this year Competitive climate research and observation programs would get a major boost of 21% to $1453 million up from $120 million this year But the coastal and Great Lakes research program would drop $109 million to $1088 million; that includes a $65 million cut to the ocean exploration program to $197 million The agency’s satellite programs meanwhile are slated to stay on track with an 8% increase to $204 billion That total includes $916 million for the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) a key orbiter program Overall the budget reductions may mean some job losses: The agency’s total number of full time equivalent positions would drop to 12222 under the budget proposal down from 12388 this year The British government has apologized for 40 years of postmortem research done on nuclear plant workers—and other individuals—without proper consent A report released yesterday blames British pathologists "profoundly ignorant of the law" for ethical lapses in scores of research projects in which pathologists and coroners obtained and provided tissues to scientists interested in measuring radiation exposures and their impact on the body The Inquiry into Human Tissue Analysis in UK Nuclear Facilities was launched in 2007 and led by lawyer Michael Redfern The final report notes that the investigated research projects which involved taking tissue from more than 6000 people from the 1950s to the early 1990s produced significant data published in peer-review journals But the report concludes that many pathologists violated the Human Tissue Act of 1961 that demanded a family’s consent to remove tissue for reasons other than determining the cause of death The government’s public apology was issued by Chris Huhne the UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Some of the unauthorized research the Redfern report notes helped revise a formula for calculating exposure to plutonium by analyzing a person’s urine Other work was intended to examine the link between radiation exposure and disease by measuring tissue levels of strontium-90 and other elements; one strontium-90 project for example examined bones taken from more than 3000 people between 1955 and 1973 Although all the organs and tissues removed have been destroyed the Redfern Inquiry concluded that much of the data should remain available for research so long as those from whom the tissues were taken could not be identified The inquiry notes that there were several futile efforts to set up a national registry in which UK nuclear facility workers could volunteer for postmortem studies "A unique opportunity to investigate the effects of relatively high historic exposures to radiation and to put such post mortem work on a legitimate footing was missed" the report states A long-standing controversy among particle physicists looks to be settled—in the less exciting way—thanks to new data from an ultrasensitive particle detector deep underground Physicists operating the GERmanium Detector Array (GERDA) 1400 meters down in Italy’s Gran Sasso National Laboratory say that they see no signs of a hypothesized type of nuclear decay called neutrinoless double-beta decay that were it conclusively observed would almost certainly merit a Nobel Prize The new results stick a pin in a claim made by a rival group in 2001 The search for neutrinoless double-beta decay is the sort of thing that might make you wonder what particle physicists are on about Ordinary beta decay occurs when a neutron in a nucleus turns into a proton while spitting out an electron and an antineutrino—a chargeless almost massless particle that only interacts extremely weakly with ordinary matter Some kinds of nuclei are also known to undergo a much rarer process known as double-beta decay in which two neutrons convert into two protons simultaneously simultaneously emitting two electrons and two antineutrinos However theorists have also predicted an even rarer form of double-beta decay in which two neutrons decay into two protons and two electrons but no antineutrinos Why on Earth would that be interesting Well it all gets into the identity politics of neutrinos It’s possible to trigger a nuclear reaction much like beta decay in which instead of emitting an antineutrino a neutron absorbs a neutrino and then turns into a proton and an electron So neutrinoless double-beta decay would be just like teaming a normal beta decay with this triggered reaction—if the antineutrino emitted in the regular beta decay is absorbed as a neutrino in the additional nuclear interaction That is neutrinoless double-beta decay can take place only if the neutrino is its own antiparticle And if that were true then the neutrino would be the only matter particle for which that weird blending of matter and antimatter would hold (The photon which makes up light not matter is already its own antiparticle) That’s why physicists sat up and paid attention in 2001 when Hans Volker Klapdor-Kleingrothaus and colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg Germany claimed to have observed such decay In their "Heidelberg-Moscow" experiment at Gran Sasso they studied 115 kilograms of germanium enriched with the nucleus germanium-76 one of the few nuclei with the right numbers of protons and neutrons to possibly undergo the decay Watching the material for 13 years Klapdor-Kleingrothaus and colleagues claimed to have seen a clear excess of events coming from the decay However many other physicists disputed their claim arguing that the Heidelberg team had not done enough to rule out ordinary radioactive decay as the cause of their putative signal GERDA researchers aimed to put the claim to the test Comprising physicists from 19 research institutes and universities across Europe the team deployed a detector consisting of 18 kilograms of germanium and ran for far less time from November 2011 to May 2013 But the detector’s superior construction enabled researchers to better filter out background radiation—which was already reduced by building the detector underground—and the device quickly achieved a higher sensitivity to the rare decay GERDA sees no evidence for neutrinoless double-beta decay In a seminar at Gran Sasso’s surface facilities today Stefan Schnert a physicist at the Technical University of Munich in Germany and spokesperson for the collaboration explained that the experimenters measure the energies of the twin electrons and see three events in the energy range in which Klapdor-Kleingrothaus and colleagues claimed an excess That’s almost exactly what would be expected from background events alone Schnert reported "The [Heidelberg] claim is refuted with high probability" he says The latest results are "very exciting" says Steven Elliott a neutrino physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico but they may not quite provide the final word on the matter "The data indicate that the past claim is very unlikely to be correct" he says "But there might still be some wiggle room due to the low statistics involved" Of course the result doesn’t prove that such decay is impossible just that it happens more rarely than can be measured so far Whereas the team led by Klapdor-Kleingrothaus claimed to have observed the rare decay with a half-life of 12×1025 years the new results Schnert explained implied that the half life instead can be no lower than 21×1025 years That’s a mere million billion times the age of the universe So the GERDA team will continue its search Later this year the researchers will start taking data with new detector modules that roughly double the amount of germanium-76 and will further reduce background levels by a factor of 10 Ultimately it may take a detector weighing a metric ton to detect the rare decay—if it’s therepaired flavour compounds that ?75-5. 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