El intercambio de Alexis-Mkhitaryan subraya la edad de pragmatismo del fútbol … y el cinismo

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El lunes, Manchester United y Arsenal intercambiaron jugadores para los que ya no tenían ningún uso. Una porque su inquebrantable inconsistencia lo había dejado un poco más abajo en el orden jerárquico. (Aún jugaba regularmente, haciendo 22 apariciones a la mitad de la temporada, pero no con la regularidad que a nadie le hubiera gustado). La otra porque su contrato vencía y se rehusaba a renovarlo en términos que su club actual consideraba razonables, aunque en general actuando petulante fuera del campo y sobre él.

Así que los voltearon directamente, una especie de movimiento que siempre se sugiere en la prensa sensacionalista pero que casi nunca se lleva a cabo.

Y ahora Alexis Sánchez juega para el Manchester United y Henrikh Mkhitaryan juega para el Arsenal. Lo que nos lleva al segundo acto en toda la obra, donde todos pretenden que esto fue el residuo de un gran diseño y que todos sus movimientos anteriores lo llevaron a esto. Como si esto no fuera solo un matrimonio de conveniencia provocado por el Manchester City, abandonando su búsqueda de Sánchez después de un año de persecución.

Como si Sanchez no hubiera tenido ganas de mudarse a la Ciudad todo este tiempo. Como si Mkhitaryan no hubiera querido que las cosas funcionasen un poco mejor en Manchester, después de su costosa mudanza solo una temporada y media antes.

The Emerging Nations Science Foundation

ENSF collaborates with scientific institutions in both emerging nations and technologically advanced nations. Collaboration may consist in providing funds to researchers from emerging nations of Asia and Africa who are conducting research work at institutions anywhere in the world; and also providing funds under special agreements between ENSF and research and educational institutions in Asia and Africa.

So far scientists from 23 countries have benefitted from ENSF grants. These include:

Algeria Madagascar
Armenia Malaysia
Bangladesh Morocco
Cameroon Nigeria
China Pakistan
Egypt Sudan
Ethiopia Syria
Germany Ukraine
India Uzbekistan
Iran Yemen
Iraq Zimbabwe
Kenya

 

Since 2008, ENSF collaborated with a large number of institutions worldwide, in particular:

·  National Centre for Physics, Islamabad, Pakistan (www.ncp.edu.pk)
Research fellowships and travel grants;

·  Khwarizmi Science Society, Lahore, Pakistan  (www.khwarizmi.org)
Science for public program;

·  Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India  (www.buc.edu.in)
Conference sponsorship;

·  International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan (http://uok.edu.pk)
Conference sponsorship;

·  The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (www.ictp.it)
Fellowships, travel grants and poster prizes;

·  Sincrotrone Trieste – Elettra and FERMI light sources, Trieste, Italy (www.elettra.trieste.it)
Doctoral fellowship in collaboration with ICTP and NCP (PAEC);

·  Associazione Nazionale Pazienti per il Glaucoma, Monfalcone, Italy (Anpig) (www.anpi-glaucoma.it)
Conference and public events sponsorship;

·  Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia (www.usm.my)
Doctoral fellowship and travel grant;

·  Chepkoilel University College, Eldoret, Kenya (www.uoeld.ac.ke)
Mentorship program sponsorship;

·  DESY, Hamburg, Germany (www.desy.de)
Short-term post-doc fellowships;

·  Atomic Energy Authority Egypt, Cairo, Egypt (www.eaea.org.eg)
Conference sponsorship;

·  University of Groeningen, Groeningen, The Netherlands (www.rug.nl)
Doctoral fellowship;

·  University of Maseno, Maseno, Kenya (http://maseno.ac.ke/index)
Master’s degree fellowship;

·  University of Bayreuth, Bayreuth, Germany (www.neu.uni-bayreuth.de/en)
Post-doc fellowship;

·  Astronomical Observatory of the Taras, Kiev, Ukraine (www.observ.univ.kiev.ua)
Conference Sponsorship;

·  Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia (www.itb.ac.id/en)
Research fellowship;

·  University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (http://um.edu.my)
Research fellowship;

·  Makerere University & Medical Research Council, Entebbe, Uganda (www.muii.org.ug)
Travel grants; training fellowship;

ENSF has also a close relationship with the African Physical Society (AfPS) as the President of AfPS is a member of the Sciencitific Council.

The Emerging Nations Science Foundation

The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors that is responsible for developing programs to meet the mission and goals of the Foundation, to approve projects for funding, to promote the projects, and to assist in the governance of the Foundation through the scientific council, board of auditors and administrative staff.

 

The Emerging Nations Science Foundation

The Foundation offers several programs to pursue its mission-oriented goals.

 

Travel grants

Through its travel grants, the Foundation contributes to international cooperation and understanding among nations. This program includes requests for conference participation support aimed at assisting scientists who have been selected to present a paper or poster at a world renowned conference. Scientists may apply for partial or full conference participation support (travel, registation fee, accommodation for the duration of the event).

 

Fellowship for Research Visits

The Foundation offers partial and full fellowships in cooperation with other renowned research institutions from emerging nations in Asia and Africa, as well as those from technologically advanced nations. The duration of the fellowships is not only determined on a case-by-case basis, but it is also subject to earmarked funding and a balanced, geographical distribution of the funds.

 

Graduate Fellowships

ENSF supports a limited number of graduate fellowships under its South-South cooperation program. Students who are accepted for Master’s or PhD programs in well-known institutions from Asia and Africa qualify to apply for one or more of the following:

 tuition fee up to a maximum of three years

– stipend (maximum up to three years)

– thesis fee

– travel from home country to host institution

Grants for Conferences or Workshops

Through this program the Foundations seeks to encourage a discussion on science and technology by bringing scientists from various emerging nations together to exchange experiences, knowledge and enhance their R&D capacities.

Science for Public Grants

The Foundation strongly supports science dissemination in emerging nations of Africa and Asia. By earmarking funds for science fairs, science writing competitions, the design and construction of simple scientific equipment utilizing locally available material, it encourages rational thinking and science awareness at all levels.

Prizes for Young Scientists

Through this program the Foundation aims at encouraging excellence in theoretical and experimental research.

The Emerging Nations Science Foundation

The Emerging Nations Science Foundation is a donor-supported, non-profit and non-governmental organization based in Trieste, Italy. The foundation’s mission is to promote scientific research and sustanaible technological develpment in emerging nations of Africa, the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. The Foundation has two mission-oriented roles:

* it seeks to support diverse areas of science and technology research by providing financial grants to institutions and individual scientists;

* it seeks to promote South-South cooperation and public awareness of science

ENSF has been officially recognized as non-profit organization by the Italian authorities on 4 June, 2008, as stated in the Presidential Decree no. 0132, approved by the President of the Region of Friuli Venezia-Giulia. The decree and the statute of ENSF are published in the official bulletin “Bollettino Ufficiale Della Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia” of June 18, 2008, pp 21-25. It is available online.