Light colour is less important for the internal clock than originally thought: study n=16 exposed to a blueish or yellowish light stimulus for one hour in the late evening, as well as a white light stimulus as a control condition found “no evidence that the variation of light plays a relevant role”

Light colour is less important for the internal clock than originally thought: study n=16 exposed to a blueish or yellowish light stimulus for one hour in the late evening, as well as a white light stimulus as a control condition found “no evidence that the variation of light plays a relevant role”