The 108th Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine celebrates the study of the tiny biological clocks in every living thing from humans, plants and animals.

This has been a very interesting topic in the lighting industry and amongst lighting critics for some time. However, one cannot deny the scientific evidence supporting circadian biology. This area of study is developing into a vast and highly dynamic research field, with implications for our health and wellbeing. There's even more emerging work suggesting our circadian rhythm can even influence how we metabolise medicines. The time one takes a drug during the day may controls its effectiveness.

So we can thank the scientists Hall, Rosbash, and Young for helping us understand circadian biology even more.

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