Thursday, September 24, 2020

What the Eye Tells the Brain

by Manuel Spitschan Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford Manuel Spitschan PhD...

Negative Air Ionization for Environmental Therapeutics

What is negative air ionization? A springtime thunderstorm hits, and as soon...

Chronobiology — From “Biorhythmology” to Mature Science

by Konstantin Danilenko Institute of Physiology and Basic Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia Konstantin V....

The Antarctic as a Chronobiologist’s Dream Lab: What we can learn from dark polar winters and bright polar summers

by Josephine Arendt Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Surrey,...

Faculty at Columbia, Yale, the University Hospitals of Copenhagen, the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, and other top institutions around the world serve as our experts. Their cutting edge research (here and here) offers snapshots of our interdisciplinary enterprise. 

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