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What are you most proud of HV: This is not a time for valedictories—I don’t want people to start summing it up and saying what we’ve done When I’m actually leaving as president then that might be a good time to sum it up Thematically what I’ve been trying to do is what everyone else is trying to do: bring the clinical and research enterprises together; recruiting great people; raising a lot of money that allows us to build new programs We’ve [been] slowed down by the economic crunch [But] we’ve hired a lot of great people—this place has been transformed as an institution that does cancer research across the boardQ: What’s the value of big cancer centers like Sloan-Kettering these days HV: There’s good reason to have places that have a strong research component and a very big patient-care responsibility especially now I’ve been in this business I hate to say it about 40 years In the beginning when I was working on chicken retroviruses the connection between the clinic and what I did was zero Now everything we do feels clinically relevant I’ve tried to build our research across the board but especially where basic research meets the patient Q: Do you think cancer genomics your research area is moving slowlyHV: The institution was doing no genomics when I got here—now we have a computational biology program an informatics core at least three genome cores These tests are improving the way we take care of cancer patients—I think it’s starting to happen Q: What are you planning nextHV: I’m co-chair of PCAST [President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology] I’m the chair of the Public Library of Science I chair an advisory committee for the Gates Foundation and I have an active lab which I try to pay attention to I’m a busy guy without the presidency I’m perfectly happy [with what I’m doing] But life is hard to predict Nobody thinks I’m sick or old so that’s good news I’ve done this job long enough and now someone else should do itTOKYO—The struggle for public and political support between Japan’s scientific community and a budget-cutting task force is escalating Last week the Government Revitalization Unit concluded its scheduled 9-day-long hearings in which three working groups reviewed each of several hundred line items in ministry budget requests for the year starting next April before voting to recommend approval cancellation or a reduction in funding On 25 November one of the working groups proposed trimming by an unspecified amount operating funds for major scientific facilities including the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan’s Subaru telescope in Hawaii the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization’s particle accelerator in Tsukuba and the University of Tokyo’s neutrino observatory Super-Kamiokande in Gifu Prefecture all of which are credited with breakthrough results Scientists meanwhile stepped up efforts to defend their budgets In a hastily scheduled symposium at the University of Tokyo on 25 November four Nobel laureates and one winner of the Fields Medal (considered mathematicians’ Nobel) argued against any cuts to the science budget with roaring support from a partisan crowd of students and researchers The next day representatives of the group met Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama and presented a statement signed by eight Japanese Nobel laureates warning that "Weakening science and technology will lead to the decline of our resource-poor country" The statement went on to say that Japan has "a big responsibility" to use its scientific capabilities to help solve global problems such as climate change and to promote sustainable development world peace and prosperity There was no indication of how Hatoyama took the advice But the Nobel laureates "really don’t get the point” Yoshihiro Katayama a law professor at Keio University in Tokyo and a member of the revitalization task force said during a Thursday press briefing He said the objective is to prune wasteful bureaucratic inefficiencies that have accumulated around worthy science projects Instead of looking for flab in their budgets the laureates “are simply repeating ‘This is important this is what Japan needs for the future’ " Katayama said But there were also indications that the administration is feeling some heat During a TV appearance on 22 November Deputy Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the task force’s recommendation to freeze spending on a $13 billion next-generation supercomputer would be reviewed That will have to be quick: The administration has announced it intends to finalize the budget by 30 DecemberWhen Home Alone was released 25 years ago on Nov 16 1990 it was both a sleeper hit and not On one hand the movie that TIME would soon call “the undisputed conqueror of the Christmas movie season” that year had been turned down by Warner Bros before 20th Century Fox scooped it up On the other hand screenwriter Hughes had a strong record of Christmas-time movie success bringing out Home Alone on the heels of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Planes Trains and Automobiles And Home Alone proved he could do it again TIME explained: Like all of Hughes ideas Home Alone sprang from a small domestic problem I was going away on vacation he says and making a list of everything I didnt want to forget I thought Well Id better not forget my kids Then I thought What if I left my 10-year-old son at home What would he do One what-if led to another Taking a break from packing Hughes wrote eight pages of notes that developed into the screenplay of Home Alone which he also produced In order to come up with what would happen to Home Alone‘s Kevin during his solo adventures Hughes used the same technique imagining what a real kid was most scared of: robbers naturally Home Alone beat out a handful of more serious pictures to score more than $120 million before New Year’s and also marked a larger cultural shift Armed with the movie’s box-office numbers and the knowledge that Baby Boomer parents were willing to invest serious dollars in keeping their kids happy movie studios turned the early ’90s into a new era of kid-powered pop culture Read the full feature about the film’s success here in the TIME Vault: Home Alone Breaks Away History Newsletter Stay on top of the history behind today’s news View Sample Sign Up Now Write to Lily Rothman at lilyrothman@timecomAs the only living person born in the 1800s Italy’s Emma Morano’s life spans three centuries making her the world’s oldest person alive Over the years she’s survived multiple wars an abusive marriage and the loss of her only child a son According to the BBC Morano who celebrated her 117th birthday on Tuesday credits her longevity to her genetics and diet; her mother lived to 91 and many of her sisters lived to see 100 Morano’s daily diet included eating three eggs two of which were raw on the recommendation of a doctor after a case of anemia every day since she was a teenager; now she’s reduced it to only two eggs and few biscuits Morano’s other secret to a long and happy life Kicking out her husband after her infant son died in 1938; according to an interview with La Stampa newspaper her marriage was marked by troubles Although they remained separated Morano never divorced her husband and chose to never remarry again summing it up succinctly in a statement to the New York Times: “I didn’t want to be dominated by anyone” As an homage to Morano’s extraordinary life there will be a musical performance telling the story of her life which according to the play’s writers “represents the feminine courage which rebelled against domestic violence” Write to Cady Lang at cadylang@timemagazinecom Karnataka.
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