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Corey Arnold for TIME Seals and sea lions released back into their natural habitat are added to annual graduation posters at the Marine Mammal Center in Marin County, the SARS Commander in the State, whatsoever they went for is for them to carry out felony and everything about them was criminal, Washington St. into compliance with city noise laws after the clinic has been in violation since opening in March 2014Residents of a condo complex neighboring the clinic have complained since March 2014 about the constant loud noise caused by the clinic’s boiler heating system and chiller cooling systemAltru has attempted multiple times to lower the noise levels but the sound is still louder than allowed by law at nightCity code states noises in residential areas must be below 50 decibels between 11 pm and 8 am and below 55 decibels between 8 am and 11 pmAt Tuesday’s meeting Altru spokeswoman Gina Hardley said her company still has several possible solutions it wants to try including buying a new chiller for the north side of the clinic and shutting down the chiller on the south side which neighbors the condo complexThe chiller which only runs during warm-weather months is the primary problem she said as the boiler’s noise has been lowered to within compliance by a couple of decibels The boiler runs constantly year-roundTwo condo residents who spoke at the meeting agreed the chiller is the main problem"I just think that the noise is still really bad" Bob Pifer said "We can’t even enjoy being out on our patio it’s that loud"Council member Terry Bjerke suggested the committee give Altru until the end of this year’s warm weather to try to fix the problem partly because Altru has already spent more than $25000 trying to fix it and is still making an effort"I think we owe them because it’s not our money (being used to fix this)" Bjerke said "We’ll continue to let them work on this"Throughout Altru’s efforts Public Health inspectors will continue to take sound readings Bjerke said If the chiller’s noise persists into next summer the city will have to look at other enforcement options he said Council member Crystal Schneider agreed with giving Altru more time"I think they are making the best effort to really solve this issue" she saidAnimal ordinanceThe council’s Service/Safety Committee also recommended changes to the city’s animal ordinance at Tuesday’s meetingAccording to a draft of the amended ordinance ferrets must be vaccinated for rabies in addition to cats and dogs for which vaccines are already required by city lawThe vaccines must be administered according to label requirements and the pet owner must obtain a copy of a vaccination certificate according to the draftThe ordinance change still must be approved by the full City CouncilFang blennies wield a painless venom with a strange history By Patrick MonahanMar 30 2017 12:00 PM Fangs on a fish are strange enough but even weirder is how one toothy group—fang blennies—defends itself from attackers A new study shows their venom doesn’t inflict pain when tested in mice unlike the often-excruciating stings of other poisonous fish Instead blenny venom causes the victim’s blood pressure to plunge by almost 40% for a short time which in the wild might slow down a would-be predator (like grouper fish) long enough for the tiny blenny to escape Even more interesting is how this strange venom—which shares building blocks with the venom of scorpions and cone snails—came to be When scientists built a blenny family tree using DNA from 11 species they discovered another surprise: Unlike most venomous animals which evolve their venom before developing specialized injection tools the fang blennies evolved their needles before their venom the researchers report today in Current Biology After they developed their distinctive enlarged canines one branch evolved venom glands and turned those teeth into grooved venom-delivery tools (above) The result is possibly the only venomous bite in the animal kingdom that evolved for defense instead of catching a mealRepresentative John Culberson (R–TX) says he’s seen the light and no longer wants to specify funding levels for individual research directorates at the National Science Foundation (NSF) Culberson who chairs the spending subcommittee in the House of Representatives that controls NSF’s budget made his comments after a hearing yesterday on NSF’s 2017 budget request It followed a strong plea from NSF Director France Córdova to let the agency build a portfolio based on the most exciting research across all fields If Culberson’s change of heart is real it would be a significant victory for the US research community which has accused him and other congressional Republicans of asserting their own research priorities above those set jointly by the agency and working scientists In particular Culberson has pushed NSF to boost spending on four of its six research directorates—biology computing engineering and mathematics and physical sciences—while trimming its investments in the social and geosciences He’s done so in tandem with Representative Lamar Smith (R–TX) the chairman of the House science committee which sets policy for NSF Last year for example Culberson’s spending panel adopted a formula that would have required NSF to allocate 70% of its research dollars on the four favored directorates By fencing off other programs it also would have led to deep cuts in the other two directorates “But that wasn’t in the final bill was it” Culberson noted after the hearing in response to a question from ScienceInsider “I don’t think that politicians should impose their priorities on the scientific community” he added “I think that we should let NSF pick the most promising areas and give the agency the flexibility to pursue them” Córdova had made exactly that point during her testimony The top Democrat on the panel Representative Mike Honda (D–CA) had opened the door by asking her a question about the wisdom of designating funding by directorate given how much research today is interdisciplinary Córdova’s response emphasized points that community leaders have made repeatedly “We have a vigorous community that comes together to set priorities” through workshops reports and advisory committees Córdova began “And we generally follow suit Our annual budget request tries to reflect those priorities” Having Congress designate funding levels for each directorate she argued “would undermine that collaborative process and jeopardize our ability to pursue the most promising opportunities” Córdova then took a swipe at the community itself saying in effect that many scientists might try to take advantage of increased congressional involvement in NSF’s budget by lobbying on their own behalf “It would also make the process highly politicized” she told Culberson “Instead of the community coming up with proposals for NSF they would go directly to you and insist that their science was the most important” “That would create a very unstable situation” she added “in which priorities would change in line with the changing membership in Congress So we think it’s not a good idea to have directorate-level funding” The hearing was the first step in a long process of setting NSF’s budget for the fiscal year that begins on 1 October A faction of House Republicans are demanding $30 billion in cuts from an overall spending agreement reached last December that sets discretionary spending at $107 trillion for 2017 That category funds every science agency and a prolonged fight over the top line could delay final allocations until after the November election or even after the new Congress convenes in January 2017 on Wednesday, “Well-trained first responders play a critical role in any hazardous materials incident, Part of the state money will go to training that begins next month. at least three new security facilities were under construction, Write to Kate Samuelson at kate. 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