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THE ART AND SCIENCE OF CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS

PANUM CLOCK

This broken clock comes from the Panum Building at the University of Copenhagen. Its laboratories have been the site of important medical research since the 1970s. Until recently, this clock hung in the Panum laboratories where chronobiologists do their research. Clock time is often less important to scientists studying circadian rhythms than the scientific time they manipulate in the lab. This might explain why the clock was left broken for so long.

Panum Clock
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