Visit from the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust
19 October 2022
Earlier this month, we were delighted to welcome the Director of the Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust, Richard Benson, and its Chair of Trustees, Liz Charal.
Vladyslav Vyazovskiy elected Vice President of the European Sleep Research Society
3 October 2022
Congratulations are in order to Professor Vladyslav Vyazovskiy on his appointment as Vice President (Basic) of the European Sleep Research Society (ESRS).
How to use the science of the body clock to improve our sleep and health
16 May 2022
Professor Russell Foster has written a new book about circadian neuroscience which is published by Penguin this week. This book review by Jacqueline Pumphrey was first published on the University of Oxford website.
New TORCH Network: Sleep and the Rhythms of Life
7 April 2022
New TORCH Network established to bring together sleep and rhythms researchers from across the sciences and humanities.
How Light Regulates Vertebrates of All Kinds and the Benefits of the Circadian Rhythm with Russell Foster
6 April 2022
Professor Russell Foster's Finding Genius Podcast
Congratulations to our new professors!
10 December 2021
At the SCNi we are celebrating our three newly appointed Professors
Major research network to investigate body clock and stroke
27 October 2021
The University of Oxford is part of a new international research network to investigate the interactions between the biology of the body's internal clock and the disordered physiological processes associated with stroke.
Overcoming Insomnia - new edition due for release
21 October 2021
A new edition of Professor Colin Espie’s highly regarded and bestselling self-help guide for insomnia and other sleep problems publishes this year.
How our dreams changed during the COVID-19 pandemic
29 September 2021
This study explored associations between COVID-19 and dream recall frequency, and related social, health, and mental health factors.
New insights into the effect of exposure to dim light in the evening on the biology of the sleep-wake cycle
21 September 2021
A new study has revealed more about how exposure to dim light in the evening affects circadian health. The findings emphasise the need to optimise our artificial light exposure if we are to avoid shifting our biological clocks.