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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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Introducing the next SRBR Public Outreach Fellow

Andrew Beale (MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK) has been chosen to become the next SRBR Public Outreach Fellow. As the third such fellow, he will support the public outreach mission of the society to advance the visibility and impact of biological...

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Request for Articles for the SRBR Quarterly Newsletter

The next SRBR Newsletter will come out in late July  If you have information, job postings, meetings or other announcements, please ensure they are submitted by July 15th.  The newsletter is a member benefit so please remember to renew your membership dues to receive...

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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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