How to cite The BioClock Studio

Articles

See our online Introduction to the Basics of Chronobiology

See our online review of Bioluminescent and fluorescent reporters in circadian rhythm studies.

 

Tutorial Videos

Our series of Tutorial Videos: Basic Concepts and Systems will clarify some important theoretical concepts in circadian biology.

Our series of Tutorial Videos: Demystifying Circadian Lab Techniques will walk you through some common methods in circadian research.

 

Interview Videos

See our series of Interviews with Speakers at the CCB Symposium to learn exciting work of selected speakers who come to San Diego for the annual CCB "From Cells to Clinic" Symposium. 

See our series of Spotlight Interviews with CCB Faculty Members  to learn what excites circadian biologists about their work.

 

Games

Our "Ex-Sparrow-ment" Simulator lets you simulate some landmark experiments on avian circadian photoreception.

Our Entrainment Simulator lets you interactively explore basic concepts of circadian entrainment, phase response curves, and phase shifts. *You may need to enable cookies for this page to load properly.

 

Graphics Resources

Our Infographics were created in collaboration with experts from the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms to illustrate the key features of public education papers. Topics include the health and performance implications of Daylight Saving Time, school start times, light exposure, and eating schedules.

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One infographic is a companion to the peer-reviewed paper "Why Should We Abolish Daylight Saving Time?", published in the Journal of Biological Rhythms.

Another infographic/paper is forthcoming.

Our Common Clock Mechanism Graphics Tool (Download a PowerPoint file) is a downloadable PowerPoint file containing the graphics and explanations of basic clock mechanisms for the fly, mammal, and plant clocks. 

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Outside Resources

BioClock Studio Winter 2015 contribution to Small Things Considered blog

Are you a lark or an owl? The Munich Chronotype Questionnaire

Mouse Actogram Game, Project Neuron, University of Illinois