In a recently published study, scientists have indicated that sleeping in on the weekend won’t repay your sleep debt from the week.
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Night owls and morning larks have been reported to have fundamental differences in their brain function, according to a new study.
Researchers have demonstrated a number of links between sleep disruption and brain disorders such as concussion, anxiety and dementia; these results could lead to potential circadian rhythm-related treatments in the future.
Tom Naughton introduces the concept of consciousness, and the numerous ways that we have endeavored to understand the mystery of the sleeping brain.
Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young receive the award for their work on the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms.
#NCintroduces… Going through the motions: how modern techniques have changed the face of Parkinson’s research
Tom Naughton introduces the circuitry underlying Parkinson’s disease, and how our understanding and new techniques have advanced hand-in-hand to bring us to where we are now.
In this edition of our new column, #NCintroduces, Tom Naughton (UCL Cancer Institute) introduces the complex world of chronobiology and circadian rhythms.