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Call for applications: Become the next SRBR Public Outreach Fellow!

SRBR is looking for the next Public Outreach Fellow to help SRBR with its public outreach activities and dissemination of the amazing things going on in the field of chronobiology. Are you passionate about science communication and have experience with social media use (especially Twitter) and tracking its analytics? Do you have at least 2 […]

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SRBR2020: Updates from the Program Committee

The SRBR2020 meeting, held from May 30 – June 3, is getting closer and we can’t wait to share with you some exciting updates from the Program Committee: The scientific program (check it out here) promises to be a great mix of classics – such as the Trainee Day, Datablitz sessions, and the Pittendrigh / […]

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Submit your abstract to the SRBR2020 meeting

The Society for Research on Biological Rhythms invites you to submit your abstract for the SRBR meeting that will take place from May 30 – June 3 in Amelia Island, Florida. With hundreds of scientists and students gathering to discuss the latest findings in the field of biological rhythms, the SRBR2020 meeting will be an […]

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Out now: SRBR’s Public Outreach Briefs

Four new publicly accessible SRBR Public Outreach Briefs are now available on topics that exemplify the social implications of the field of circadian biology. Published in the Journal of Biological Rhythms (SRBR’s official journal), the Public Outreach Briefs address the benefits of late vs early school start times, the importance of light exposure, and the […]

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