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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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SRBR2020: a preview

The SRBR2020 will be a meeting like never before. Having moved to a completely online format, we have an excellent line up of events in store for you, bringing you the latest cutting-edge research in chronobiology. Not registered yet? Don’t worry, registration is...

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Virtual SRBR2020 meeting registration is open

We are now accepting registrations for the first-ever virtual SRBR meeting. The meeting will run June 1 – 3, 2020 and recorded presentations will be available until July 3.  Registration is open to everyone until July 3 via this link. With the support of our...

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Clock blog

If mornings make you scowl, maybe you’re a night owl

I often find it insufferable to encounter a chipper cheery morning person. If you’re anything like me, and the slight majority of the population, then the morning may not be your favourite time of day. The ring of the alarm clock that has invaded sleep in the...

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Light – not just for sight

Light enables sight. The retina in the back of our eyes contains a fine layer of light-sensitive photoreceptors. There are two types of photoreceptors. The cones allow us to see the color, movement, and fine details of the world around us. The rods, on the other hand,...

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