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Passing of Gerald Lincoln

Our colleague and friend Gerald Lincoln passed away on July 15, 2020, after a short illness. Gerald was a true biologist in the Darwinian tradition: he pursued his curiosity about diverse organisms both in the laboratory and at home on his farm north of Edinburgh. One of his earliest contributions was published anonymously when he […]

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Introducing SRBR’s new Public Outreach Fellow

Bharath Ananthasubramaniam, PhD, from Charite University, Berlin (Germany), has been appointed as the new SRBR Public Outreach Fellow. Taking over from Laura Kervezee, PhD, from Leiden University Medical Center (the Netherlands), SRBR’s first Public Outreach Fellow, Bharath will support the Public Outreach Committee in its mission to dissemminate the broader implications of our research and general […]

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Passing of Paolo Sassone-Corsi

With deep sadness we share with you the news of Professor Paolo Sassone-Corsi’s untimely demise. Paolo passed away suddenly at his home in Irvine yesterday. He was a creative and bold scientist, whose world-renowned research spanned many areas. Paolo identified epigenetic mechanisms underlying circadian regulation and elucidated links between circadian clocks and metabolism and even […]

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Clockology survey on circadian terminology

The O’Neill Lab at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology is conducting research on usage of circadian terms. Their aim is to create an updated compendium of circadian terms with clear and unambiguous definitions based on consensus usage. To help them in this effort, please complete their interactive Clockology Survey. All data is collected anonymously and […]

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SRBR condemns all forms of racism & discrimination

Dear SRBR Members, Recent tragic events have, yet again, brought awareness of inequalities, disparities, and racism in our society. We all are devastated by these events, but must also recognize that the scientific communities we are part of are not free of these ills. Despite the feelings of helplessness we may have at this point, […]

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