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Artificial Time and Circadian Clock - How Our Lives Get out of Time
Year: 2015
Run-Time: 1 x 52 min.

Directed by Kurt Langbein

A co-production by ORF/3sat and Langbein & Partner in association with the Austrian Television Fund

Languages: German (ORIGINAL) , English (DUBBED)
Format: 16:9

Artificial Time and Circadian Clock - How Our Lives Get out of Time

Künstliche Zeit und Innere Uhr - Wie unser Leben aus dem Takt gerät

Chronobiology is a relatively young science. Man's circadian clock is located in the brain and, broadly speaking, consists of bundles of nerve cells. It controls the various biorhythms of the body that even occur in every cell. The research areas of chronobiology are diverse; they are looking for answers to questions like: Do chronotypes change in the course of a lifetime? Is shift work a health hazard? Does light deficiency make you sick? What role does the circadian clock play in digestion?
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