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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLONDON—Who would be the most effective advocate for scientists at a time of desperate uncertainty over future budgets and the United Kingdom’s pending exit from the European Union To Paul Nurse director of the Francis Crick Institute here the answer is clear: a preeminent scientist who would oversee 6 billion in research funding A bill now before Parliament would create this position by combining the bulk of government science spending into a new organization called UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) It’s a controversial proposal so the Science Media Centre (SMC) gathered proponents and critics for a press briefing here this morning to lay out their cases The Higher Education and Research Bill which was introduced in May would make the biggest changes to the university sector in decades creating an Office for Students that would regulate universities and remove their royal charters which have been seen as a guarantor of their independence from government interference As for research the changes largely follow recommendations from a review of the funding councils undertaken last year by Nurse The bill creates UKRI as a body over the seven existing research councils which collectively distribute about 3 billion a year in funding UKRI would also absorb parts of the Higher Education Funding Council for England which hands out another 3 billion in block grants to English universities In addition UKRI would take in Innovate UK which has invested 18 billion in business since 2007 to stimulate innovation As with universities the bill would remove the royal charters for the research councils making it easier for government to change dissolve or create funding councils Opinions are divided about the bill In July the Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) brought together more than 40 organizations to examine the bill Most participants thought the bill should be improved rather than ditched Last week however an editorial in Nature strongly opposed the bill and called on scientists to join the debate “If its proposals become law the government will upend globally accepted norms that protect independence and self-determination in science and higher education If scientists and their representative organizations don’t want that to happen they need to speak up—and do it now” Martin Rees an astronomer at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom and former president of the Royal Society thinks the bill should be abandoned “This is a controversial unnecessary and probably a damaging change” he said at the SMC briefing He thinks that high-profile advocacy for science could be accomplished through an advisory council instead Reorganization of the research councils risks too much turmoil and an uncertainty he argued “That’s the last thing we need” Nurse disagreed saying that an advisory board wouldn’t be enough “It’s good talking shop but it’s not a substitute for what we need” That he explained is a strong independent voice that will be “powerful and cannot be ignored” Nurse pointed out that advisory boards in the past have not convinced the government to increase overall funding of science: The UK government continues to spend 049% of gross domestic product on science whereas the average across the European Union is 067% “We have a strong prize to win here if we can get it right” he said Getting it right includes changes suggested by the Royal Society such as specifying that the government must consult the research community before it makes further changes to the research councils A potential loss of autonomy both for universities and the research councils topped the list of concerns that Stephen Curry mentioned at the briefing Curry a structural biologist at Imperial College London and a board member of CaSE said that the loss of royal charters would increase vulnerability to government meddling “This is a new and unprecedented level of interference” he said “This is bad law” But Ottoline Leyser a plant scientist at the University of Cambridge who participated in the Nurse review is more concerned that the current arrangement of councils “Balkanizes the system” and forces research councils to compete with each other for funding She supports the bill “The good bits are sufficiently good that it should move forward” said Leyser who leads the Royal Society’s science policy advisory group “The response we’re getting from government is very positive” she added “They’re not resistant to changing the bill” The Public Bill Committee in the House of Commons will wrap up its work on 18 October and then send the bill to the House of Lords Meanwhile John Kingman the interim director of UKRI hopes to have a chief executive named by the end of the year he told the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee yesterday The target date for officially starting UKRI is April 2018 * Update 18 October 6:30 am: The photo caption has been changed to clarify UKRI’s role The previous caption was not intended to imply that the Diamond Light Source synchrotron has been mismanaged Written by Sibte Husain Bukhari | Junagadh | Published: February 7 2009 12:57 am Related News The Junagadh Municipal Corporation (JMC)s budget for the fiscal year 2009-10 was tabled on Friday by Standing Committee Chairman Bharat Karena It has proposals worth Rs 107 crore No new taxes have been imposed in the budgetand proposals to increase various taxes have been rejected The total financial allocations is of Rs 1077209010which will show a balance of Rs 3812663 at the end of the fiscal year Of every 100 paisa45 will come to the JMC from revenue sources and 55 from capital sources On the expenditure side17 paisa will go towards administrative charges16 towards revenue related cost and 67 towards capital sources The proposals for increase in various taxesincluding those on housewaterstreetlighttown hall and ambulance rent chargeswere forwarded by the municipal commissioner All proposals for increasing taxes were unanimously rejected by the Standing Committee The new projects included areaccommodating the resurfacing of interior roads in all 17 wardsnew water filter plant for the old city areanew water supply project for outgrowth area and newly accommodated areasand the construction of overhead tankswater sump and pipelines The development of new play grounds and the construction of in-door stadium have also been accommodatedfor which financial allotment has been made in the budget For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: June 22 2009 11:45 pm Related News Verka has increased its milk price by Re 1 per litre across the state from Sunday The prices of Verka brand of milk across all categories has been increased by Re 1 per litre? ? 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