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October 29, 2005 9:28 AM   Subscribe

Nature has a somewhat technical but free supplement on sleep
posted by Gyan (19 comments total)

 
Bookmarked. Thanks, Gyan.
posted by weapons-grade pandemonium at 9:39 AM on October 29, 2005


Thanks. Excellent link.
posted by NucleophilicAttack at 9:40 AM on October 29, 2005


Ah, but by supplement I thought you meant pill!
posted by Peter H at 10:06 AM on October 29, 2005


Last months free supplement was on Surfaces and Interfaces
posted by blue_beetle at 10:06 AM on October 29, 2005


Thanks so much for pointing this out!
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 10:20 AM on October 29, 2005


good reading so far, printing the rest now, thanks!
posted by Busithoth at 10:22 AM on October 29, 2005


For those interested more in sleep, I found Circadiana really insightful.
posted by yonation at 11:01 AM on October 29, 2005


Cool. Thanks!
posted by Smedleyman at 11:06 AM on October 29, 2005


Thank you! I can use this as a supplement to my current brain & sleep class (my prof. did her grad work under Hobson, author of the 2nd paper there).
posted by Eideteker at 11:07 AM on October 29, 2005


For those interested even more in sleep, try The Promise of Sleep (very in-depth and accessible to the layperson).
posted by tweak at 11:11 AM on October 29, 2005


Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.
posted by ZenMasterThis at 11:15 AM on October 29, 2005


Am I the only one who first it as sheep?
posted by greatgefilte at 11:29 AM on October 29, 2005


first read it, that is.
posted by greatgefilte at 11:29 AM on October 29, 2005


Cool. I'll dig into these later. Thanks, Gyan.
posted by painquale at 11:58 AM on October 29, 2005


*yawn*
Bookmarked.
Way too early in the morning to be reading this.

Wait. It's after noon.
posted by brundlefly at 12:19 PM on October 29, 2005


Beautiful. One of the more talented photographers posted on metafilter.
posted by piscatorius at 4:41 PM on October 29, 2005


I'll be interested in reading this when I get the chance. I work a rotating shift at the factory, and my sleep is always in adjustment.
posted by Eekacat at 5:04 PM on October 29, 2005


Wow. Really technical. Some of them at least. But fascinating no less. Thanks!
posted by panoptican at 5:20 PM on October 29, 2005


Neat.
posted by SeizeTheDay at 5:23 PM on October 29, 2005


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