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PRESIDENT Barack Obama has been named Time magazines ;Person of the Year; for 2012.美国总统巴拉#8226;奥巴马已经被提名为《时代》周012年“年度人物”;We are in the midst of historic cultural and demographic changes, and Obama is both the symbol and in some ways the architect of this new America,; Rick Stengel, Times editor, told N where he announced the selection yesterday.“我们正处在历史文化和人口特征的变化中,而奥巴马既是这种象征,在某些方面也是美国新面貌的构建者,”瑞克斯坦格尔,《时代》杂志编辑,昨天宣布这一选择时他告诉N。The short list for the honor included Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot in the head for advocating for girls education.提名这一殊荣的简短名单还有Malala Yousafzai,为提倡女童教育而头部被击中的巴基斯坦少年。It also included Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Italian physicist Fabiola Giannati.它还包括埃及总统Mohammed Morsi,苹果公司首席执行官蒂姆#8226;库克和意大利物理学家Fabiola Giannati。Obama also received the honor in 2008, when he was President-elect.奥巴马在008年当选总统时也获得该项荣誉。In an interview with Time, Obama said his re-election ;may have been more satisfying a win than 2008.;在《时代》杂志的一次采访中,奥巴马说他的连任“可能是一场比2008年更令人满意的胜利。;Weve gone through a very difficult time,; he said.“我们经历了一段非常困难的时期,”他说;The American people have rightly been frustrated at the pace of change, and the economy is still struggling, and this president we elected is imperfect, and yet, despite all that, this is who we want to be. Thats a good thing.;“美国人民已经在变化的步伐中感到沮丧,经济仍在挣扎,我们选出的这个总统是不完美的,但是,尽管这样,这是我们想要成为的人。这是件好事。”Last year, Time honored ;The Protester,; citing dissent across the Middle East that sp to Europe and the ed States, saying the demonstrations reshaped global politics.去年《时代》选的是“抗议者”,在整个中东表达抗议,继而蔓延到欧洲和美国,说示威活动重塑了全球政治。Times ;Person of the Year; is the person or thing that has most influenced the culture and the news during the past year, for good or for ill.《时代》的“年度人物”是一个人或一件事,在过去一年最大地影响了文化和新闻,或好或坏。Previous winners have included Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, Bono and President George W. Bush.之前的获奖者包括美联储主席#8226;伯南克、波诺和总统乔治#8226;w#8226;布什。来 /201212/215888In the U.S., beer fetching robots are quite popular, but here we have a beer can that does not need to be fetched. It can walk over to you! Although, there's no liquid inside - at least not yet.It's made by Ron Tajima who professionaly is an expert on legged robots.在美国,能取啤酒的机器人很受欢迎。此处我们有个啤酒罐,它虽然里面没有酒,但是他能走到你的身上。它是由 机器人专家Ron Tajima制造的,日本人Ron Tajima 制作了一个啤酒易拉罐造型的变形金刚。不过它不能真正的变成人形,而是以一种“四分五裂”的古怪姿态出现。它的每个分裂出来的腿都相当灵活,并且还可以远程控制。Ron Tajima 将Wii 手臂改装成了这个机器人的控制器。然后我们便可以看到这个易拉罐机器人在视频中走路、打滚的样子了。来 /201106/139892US congressional leaders and business groups raced to rally support yesterday for a bipartisan budget deal designed to provide stability to America’s fiscal policy for the next two years and spur recovery.美国国会领导人和商界团体昨日纷纷表态持一项两党预算协议,该协议旨在给美国未来两年的财政政策带来稳定,推动经济复苏。The high-stakes agreement sealed on Tuesday night by Patty Murray and Paul Ryan, the Democratic and Republican budget negotiators, will be taken up by the House of Representatives as soon as today, to be followed by the Senate.美国民主党和共和党预算谈判代表帕#8226;默里(Patty Murray)和保#8226;瑞安(Paul Ryan)周二夜间达成了这一至关重要的协议,众议院将最早于今日开始对其进行讨论,之后将提交参议院投票表决。Economists welcomed the deal, suggesting it raised the chances that the US Federal Reserve could begin its “taperingof asset purchases as early as next week.经济学家们对这项预算协议表示欢迎,他们表示,这加大了美联Fed)最早于下周开始缩减其资产购买的可能性。Despite dissatisfaction on both sides with aspects of the agreement, there was growing confidence on Capitol Hill that it would be approved, even if narrowly. The biggest question mark surrounded the level of support within the Republican majority in the House, where conservative lawmakers have taken hard lines against compromise in recent years.尽管美国两党都对协议的某些方面仍有不满,但国会议员们对于协议将获得通过(即便以微弱多数通过)的信心日益增强。最大的问题是,在众议院占多数的共和党内部有多少人持该协议?近年保守派的国会议员一直立场强硬,不愿妥协。Several influential conservative groups including the Club for Growth and Heritage Action rejected the agreement, saying it should not have increased short-term spending in exchange for deficit reduction over a decade. But they were sharply rebuked by John Boehner, the House speaker, yesterday morning.几个颇具影响力的保守组织——包括Club for Growth和Heritage Action——反对该协议,它们表示,不应该用增加短期出来换取未0年的减赤。但众议院议长约#8226;纳(John Boehner)昨日上午对此进行了尖锐反驳。“They’re using our members and they’re using the American people for their own goals. This is ridiculous,Mr Boehner said. “Listen, if you’re for more deficit reduction, you’re for this agreement,he added.“他们正在利用我们的议员,他们正在利用美国人民为自己的目标务。这太荒谬了,”纳表示,“听着,如果你持更多减赤,那么你就要持这项协议。”Because some Republicans will oppose the deal, Democratic votes will be needed. Before the agreement, many members of President Barack Obama’s party complained that it did not extend jobless benefits and was too harsh on federal workers, but some of those objections evaporated.由于一些共和党人将投票反对该协议,民主党议员投票持将十分必要。在达成该协议之前,美国总统巴拉#8226;奥巴Barack Obama)所在政党的很多成员曾抱怨称,协议没有延长失业救济期限,而且对于联邦雇员过于严厉,但一些反对的声音后来烟消云散。Chris Van Hollen, the top Democrat on the House budget committee, called it a “small step in the right direction众议院预算委员会民主党一号人物克里斯#8226;#8226;霍伦(Chris Van Hollen)称,这是“迈向正确方向的一小步”。The Business Roundtable, which lobbies for corporate America, urged both parties to support the legislation. Louis Chenevert, chief executive of ed Technologies, and head of the BRT’s tax and fiscal policy committee, said the agreement would “clear the pathway to focusing on a longer-term growth agenda代表美国企业游说的商业圆桌会Business Roundtable)敦促两党持该法案。美国联合技术公ed Technologies)首席执行官、商业圆桌会议税收和财政政策委员会主席路#8226;谢纳Louis Chênevert)表示,该协议将“为关注较长期增长议程扫清道路”。The deal equates to about 0.4 per cent of GDP. “While it is very small in scope#8201;.#8201;.#8201;.[it] would provide some much-needed stability to the fiscal outlook,wrote Paul Ashworth, chief US economist at Capital Economics. He added that it “further increases the chancesthat the Federal Reserve might next week start scaling back its asset purchases.该协议的规模相当于美国国内生产总GDP).4%左右。凯投宏Capital Economics)首席美国经济学家保罗#8226;阿什沃Paul Ashworth)写道:“尽管涉及范围很小……但(它)将为财政前景带来一些亟需的稳定性。”他补充称,该协议“进一步提高了”美联储在下周开始缩减资产购买的可能性。The deal raises spending over the next two years by bn, relieving some of the pressure imposed by sequestration, the automatic budget cuts that took effect in March.该协议将未来两年的出增30亿美元,这缓解了今年3月生效的自动减(sequestration)举措所带来的部分压力。But it includes new savings and revenues worth bn over a decade, ranging from higher fees for airline security to bigger pension contributions from federal workers.但这包括未来10年价50亿美元的新的节省和财政收入,从提高机场安全收费,到加大联邦雇员的养老金自付比例。In the long run, it would reduce the deficit by bn. Mr Ryan and Ms Murray argued that the deal was the best that could be achieved in a divided government.长期而言,该协议将削30亿美元的赤字。瑞安和默里辩称,该协议是一个意见分歧的政府能够取得的最好成果。“We know that this budget agreement doesn’t come close to achieving what we want to achieve, our ultimate fiscal goals,said Mr Ryan.瑞安表示:“我们知道,这项预算协议远未实现我们希望实现的目标,我们的终极财政目标。”来 /201312/268301Can A Tiny Fish Save Your Ears?Photo ResearchersFor many people, loss of hearing is irreversible.For scientists trying to figure out what can be done about that, one answer may lie -- or swim, actually -- in freshwater aquariums.About one of every 10 Americans suffers from hearing impairment, according to a survey conducted by the Better Hearing Institute, a nonprofit advocacy group. By far the most common cause of hearing loss is damage to the so-called hair cells in the inner ear as a result of excessive noise, certain illnesses and drugs, and simple aging. The problem is that once hair cells die, humans (like other mammals) aren't able to grow new ones.In recent years, a research team at the University of Washington in Seattle has been working on finding a way to resolve that problem in experiments involving the zebrafish, a common aquarium denizen. The zebrafish, like many aquatic creatures, has clusters of hair cells running along the outside of its body that help sense vibrations in the water, working in a similar way to hair cells in the human inner ear. But unlike humans, zebrafish are able to regenerate their damaged hair cells. Researchers hope their work can unlock secrets to protect human hair cells from becoming damaged and to stimulate the cells to regenerate.Hair cells, which took their name because under the microscope they look like cells with little hairs growing out of them, are an essential link in hearing. The filament hairs, or cilia, bend with vibrations caused by sound waves entering the ear. That induces the hair cell to create an electrical signal that is passed on to the auditory nerve and sent to the brain. Devices such as hearing aids, which amplify sounds, and cochlear implants, which stimulate the auditory nerve directly, help people hear, but neither restores hearing to normal.Until the mid-1980s, researchers thought warm-blooded vertebrates, including humans, weren't able to regenerate hair cells. Then, researchers around the country began observing that hair cells grew back in birds whose hearing was damaged either by noise or drugs. They also determined that hair-cell regeneration can result in improved hearing; in experiments, song birds that had grown new hair cells were able to resume singing their original songs with perfect pitch again.But there is no indication that mammals can regenerate hair cells. And why some animals, even within the same species, are more vulnerable to hair-cell death, while others are more resistant to it, is a mystery. 'I literally walked around for years wondering about this variability,' says Ed Rubel, a professor of hearing sciences who leads part of the University of Washington research effort.There are two main approaches to efforts aimed at inducing hair cells to regenerate. Some research groups are attempting to get stem cells -- undifferentiated cells that can develop into various specialized cells -- to turn into hair cells, either by transplanting them from other parts of the body, or by stimulating stem cells naturally occurring in the inner ear to transform themselves. Albert Edge, an associate professor at Harvard Medical School and a researcher at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, says his team has been able to turn mouse stem cells into hair cells in a laboratory dish, though it isn't clear whether those cells are functional or not.Other researchers, like those at the University of Washington, are focused on understanding the molecules and genetics involved with hair-cell regeneration, and how to mimic this process in animals that don't spontaneously regenerate hair cells. Scientists say aspects of such research, likely will be the first to have applications in humans. One encouraging angle: Dr. Rubel, in collaboration with another University of Washington scientist, David Raible, has identified chemicals that seem to protect hair cells from damage. In this experiment, zebrafish are exposed to a dye that highlights living hair cells. Then, one or two of the zebrafish -- the young ones used in the lab measure just 1/8 of an inch long -- are placed in each of 96 shallow holes contained on a plate. Different chemicals are administered to each fish group that might confer protection to the hair cells.Finally, another chemical known to kill the fish hair cells is added. Under a microscope, researchers then examine the fish to look for cases where the dye is still evident, signaling that the cells are still alive and suggesting that the protective chemical appears to have done its job.Those chemicals found to confer protection on fish hair cells are currently also being tested on mice and rats. The idea is that, once a drug is discovered that effectively protects hair cells from dying and is safe for humans, the medicine could be used to help protect the hearing of patients receiving drugs known for killing hair cells, like chemotherapeutic agents.Dr. Rubel's and Dr. Raible's teams also are studying the genetics of zebrafish to identify markers that confer hair-cell protection.Last year, their labs jointly identified several genetic mutations and drug-like compounds that seemed to protect hair cells from death, publishing their findings in the journal PLoS Genetics. In a separate study, published in 2007 in Hearing Research, they identified several drugs that also appear to be protective and were aly approved for other purposes by the Food and Drug Administration. No tests have been performed on humans, however.The teams also are working on a separate group of studies to understand the genes and other molecules that allow the regeneration of hair cells in zebrafish, birds and mice.Surrounding cells known as support cells can both turn into hair cells or generate new hair cells. Dr. Rubel's lab is investigating both processes. 'If we understand the template of genes that are expressed by the cells we would want to divide, then we could tap into that template' to mimic regeneration efforts in mammals, he says.One finding identified a developmental protein that appears to be turned on in animals able to regenerate hair cells. In one study, a team member found a type of protein increased in a chick (which can regenerate hair cells) after its cells were damaged. But in running the same experiment in a mouse (which can't regenerate hair cells), the protein didn't increase, suggesting the protein could be involved in regeneration.Scientists involved in the experiments say there could be therapeutic trials to prevent hearing loss using drugs within a decade. However, finding a cure for hearing loss using hair-cell regeneration is likely to be at least 20 years away, they say.'Hearing aids are Band-aids on a problem that aly exists,' says Nancy Freeman, director of the regenerative and development program in hearing loss at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.'The hope with this type of [regeneration] approach is that at the end of the day you'd end up with something that natively restores function.' /08/81457

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