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What is the BioClock Studio? 

The BioClock Studio is an innovative course in which undergraduate students, drawn from diverse disciplines across the arts and the sciences, work collaboratively to develop their scientific and communication skills and produce creative educational materials. Students in the BioClock Studio work with UC San Diego’s Center for Circadian Biology faculty to enhance scientific understanding among different audiences, including students, the general public, clinicians, and researchers outside of circadian biology.

Students can participate in the BioClock Studio during Winter quarter by enrolling for 4 units in either BIMM116 through the Division of Biological Sciences or CAT124 through Sixth College, upon approval of their application.

The BioClock Studio was made possible by an HHMI Professor Grant to Dr. Susan Golden from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.