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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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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...

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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,...

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Natural blues

Light is a key driver for synchronizing our internal, circadian rhythms to the external light and dark cycle. In my last blog post, you learned about how our eyes not only enable us to see the world (through the cones and the rods), but that they also signal whether...

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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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