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Our first impression will let you know how much you have been attracted by the user." he says.which researchers now can grow in unlimited quantities in the laboratory,Sidhu even went into hibernation for months over differences with the state leadership. increasingly dramatic set pieces, panicking,C. said in a statement yesterday But the order she says “is already causing damage and should end as quickly as possible” The executive order tosses a grenade into efforts to find safe havens in the United States for scholars displaced by the civil war in Syria and simmering conflicts in Iraq and Yemen The Scholar Rescue Fund run by the Institute of International Education (IIE) in New York City has placed academics from those countries at US universities The order “will definitely affect scholar rescue placements” says IIE President Allan Goodman He anticipates that for the next several months the fund will steer refugee scholars to Canada and Europe “We place at universities all over the world” Goodman says “I’m confident they will also be prepared to step up and take more” Iranian researchers particularly vulnerable Perhaps more Iranian academics will be hit by the order than any other nationality The open letter notes that approximately 1500 students from Iran have received PhDs from US universities in the past 3 years Hananeh Esmailbeigi an Iranian-born biomedical engineer at the University of Illinois in Chicago (UIC) says that many UIC faculty and department heads are Iranian “I joke that you would be OK knowing only Farsi on campus” she says Now Esmailbeigi’s mood is bleak The green card holder says she teaches 300 students a year about how to design medical devices “Now I’m flagged as being a threat to the country It just doesn’t make sense” Iran’s foreign ministry yesterday labeled the executive order “a great gift to extremists” and vowed to take reciprocal measures that may include suspending issuance of visas to US citizens Scientists from the other six countries are suffering too Wael Al-Delaimy an Iraqi-born physician and chronic disease epidemiologist at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) travels six times a year to US- or UCSD-funded projects in Ecuador Mozambique Jordan and India that address topics such as indoor air pollution and refugee mental health A green card holder Al-Delaimy says he is now afraid to leave the United States which will hobble his work He takes no solace from the fact that the executive order’s ban on Iraqis entering the United States is limited to 90 days “I am fearful that this is just going to be extended and extended That this is just a litmus test to see the reaction and once people are complacent they go ahead and [a permanent ban] becomes OK” When Trump on the campaign trail last year announced his intention to ban Muslims from entering the United States Al-Delaimy says his 10-year-old son a US citizen asked him “Where are we going to go if we are going to be banned from this country” Al-Delaimy answered: “’We are not going anywhere This is your country and our residence’ I reassured him But now frankly I am beginning to think this is maybe not going as I told him” Yasser Roudi’s predicament brings the impact of the executive order on the free flow of ideas and scientists into sharp focus A theoretical physicist neuroscientist and Iranian national Roudi has dual appointments at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience Centre for Neural Computation in Trondheim Norway and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton New Jersey He is preparing to return to Norway next month for a 6-month stint in his Trondheim lab where he collaborates with Nobel laureates May-Britt Moser and Edvard I Moser He recognizes that he may not be able to return to Princeton and that his science will suffer as a result Still Roudi says “My case is to some degree luxurious because I have a job somewhere else I can continue working But this is going to affect a lot of other people who are in the process of establishing themselves as scientists That is the biggest place that society will feel the damage” Reduced flow of talent to United States The US scientific community is bound to lose some luster As dean of the Graduate School at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston Nasser Zawia a neuroscientist of Yemeni origin and a naturalized US citizen oversees recruitment of international graduate students and helps land postdocs at his university He is deeply concerned about the impact of the executive order on this recruiting “The Ivy League [schools] are not going to suffer because they get a lot of good domestic talent But the others who rely on international scholars and students and postdocs will be impacted” When the first news about the pending executive order came out a few days ago Athena Akrami an Iranian neuroscience postdoc at Princeton University on an H-1B visa brainstormed with fellow Iranians she knew in US labs “We were really worried and felt we had to do something” she says They drafted the open letter and on Friday morning at 8 am, We all want what’s best for this country. If women are helpless, but he just feels too overwhelmed.