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The Society for Research on Biological Rhythms is an international society established in 1986 to promote the advancement and dissemination of research in all aspects of biological rhythms.

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Introducing the Emmett Chappelle Award

The Trainee and Young Faculty Diversity Enhancement (TYDE) fellowships, first established for the 2018 SRBR meeting, have been renamed the Emmett Chappelle awards. Like the TYDE fellowships, the Emmett Chappelle awards aim to promote attendance and participation of...

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Diversity in Chronobiology

The Society for Research on Biological Rhythms (SRBR) is motivated to raise public awareness of women and under-represented groups in the Chronobiology research community. In order to facilitate this “Diversity in Chronobiology”, we will host a public self-nominated...

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Clock blog

Why we should let the sun set on Daylight Saving Time

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recently published a position statement, aligned with the European Sleep Research Society, European Biological Rhythms Society, and Society for Research on Biological Rhythms’ position, calling for the abolishment of daylight...

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Could circadian timing help improve crop protection?

Plant life underlies all of the agriculture that produces our food. Plants including crops have internal clocks that are important for their growth. This might seem surprising, but plants need light to power the photosynthesis that drives their growth, and there is...

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