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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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Safety Protocols Announced for 2022 Conference

In pursuit of a safe and healthy meeting for all members of the SRBR community, SRBR has published a COVID-19 Code of Conduct (titled SRBR Health & Safety Guide) outlining all safety and health policies for the upcoming 2022 Biennial Meeting. In accordance with...

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Clock blog

Failing in the Arctic night

…..or should that be ‘Arctic’? So here I am at 5pm failing to get work done in my Tromsø office (69N). It is dark outside and has been for what seems like forever. I last saw the Sun on 20th November, and now, on a good day, a blueish orange pinky glow over the hills...

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Chronobiology on the COVID-19 frontlines

This is the first post in a new series titled “Meet a chronobiologist“. These posts provide a brief look in to the work of prominent chronobiologists from their perspective. In this inaugural video blog, we asked Allison Brager about her journey to...

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