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Japan crashed out after throwing away a two-goal lead in Rostov-on-Don when the Red Devils scored with the last kick of the game when Nacer Chadli finished off a counter-attack. “I didn’t do anything particularly strenuous,g. misreading electrocardiogram outputs giving the wrong medication) when chronically deprived of sleep Nor does the danger stop at work Studies of doctors and nurses on night shifts found them twice as likely to get in wrecks or nod off behind the wheel on the drive home Some facilities have informal rules to save scientists from somnolent stupidity “I was told to never send an email from the control room at night” says Lizette Guzman-Ramirez an astronomer at Leiden Observatory in the Netherlands “You get up and read it the next morning and it doesn’t make any sense” Similarly some nocturnal scientists have developed tricks to stay alert at 3 am Miszalski and his co-workers have “nonsense conversations” or even “make animal noises” to perk up When Guzman-Ramirez worked a few 14-hour nights by herself at a telescope in South Africa she belted out pop songs at the top of her lungs “I remember singing a lot of ‘Torn’ by Natalie Imbruglia” she says “It was my go-to karaoke song and I perfected it” If 14-hour overnight shifts sound bad then pity poor polar scientists During the polar winter they often endure several months without sunlight—the ultimate night shift Not surprisingly polar stations attract night owls “I’ve always had this loathing for sunrise because I knew I should be in bed already” says Mack van Rossem a physicist at the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole But without a sunrise to cap his all-nighters during the winter Van Rossem found himself drifting through 32-hour “days” where he’d sleep for 10 hours at once and work for 22 Now that the sun has risen for the year—it poked its head over the horizon in mid-September and won’t set again for months—he’s had trouble sleeping logging 6 hours a night at most “It definitely takes me a few hours to get going now” he says Watch: What happens when we stay up all night Polar scientists also struggle with another facet of winter life Many outdoor polar experiments require absolute darkness and residents at the bases must cover their windows to prevent light from leaking out “So you’re in a box all the time” Van Rossem says “I really missed being able to look out the window” John Parker a medical doctor at the Australian Antarctic base at Davis agrees “When you’re not looking out the window your perspective of life changes” he says “Small things become much larger” He called it mental “myopia” and in a detail worthy of Edgar Allan Poe even found himself growing paranoid in the endless nighttime: “I’d lose something and think ‘Someone’s taken it’ A bit of suspicion comes in” Other scientists who worked overnight shifts elsewhere reported similar if subtler mood swings growing more irritable and snappy with colleagues Despite these rough patches Parker appreciated his months-long night shift in Antarctica calling it an adventure Activities like dart nights and costume parties helped defuse tension and the 16-person team held a barbecue in September to welcome the sun back “It was cloudy so we didn’t see anything” he laughs “but it was a special event” He’d definitely overwinter there again—following a suitable break “Maybe after having some fresh fruit” Many scientists who work at night share Parker’s sentiments: It was miserable and I loved it Some savored the profound quiet or a perfect sunrise or shimmering green aurorae on white snow Some learned to appreciate different tenors of darkness—the relatively bright desert sky at night versus caves and undercanopies so black that opening or closing your eyes makes no difference If nothing else some enjoyed binge-watching movies or catching up on neglected work This past winter in Antarctica Parker completed a memoir about several humanitarian medical missions he’s served on “And I can say I wrote my book in 1 night” he adds As they age many nocturnal scientists find that their capacity for night work has diminished Yet they still relish the chance to connect more deeply with some beloved species or natural wonder and somehow the sacrifice and discomfort of night work makes it all the more special Sergio Speziale a mineral physicist at the German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam has pulled many a long night at synchrotrons and other particle accelerators around the world and his time served has left him feeling philosophical“Repeated night shifts tend to amplify the effect of whatever happens” he says “If things are really cool and interesting there’s a more euphoric approach to discovery When things fall apart the sadness is amplified too Working nights will always remain in my mind It’s sometimes good to experience that in life” If you’re interested in learning more about circadian rhythms then listen to our podcast interview with author Sam Kean and check out related research Austin: Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso on Thursday signed a new one-year contract with McLaren in a boost for the struggling Formula One team "It’s fantastic to be able to continue my relationship with everybody at McLaren It was always where my heart was telling me to stay and I really feel at home here" the Spaniard announced in a team statement By penning a deal for the 2018 season Alonso is pinning his hopes on the famous British marque regaining its winning tradition as they switch from the under-performing Honda power unit to Renault engines McLaren driver Fernando Alonso during a news conferenceahead of the US Grand Prix AP "McLaren has the technical resource and financial strength to be able to very quickly win races and world championships in F1" the 36-year-old said "Although the last few years have not been easy we have never forgotten how to win and I believe we can achieve that again soon" he added Alonso who has dabbled in IndyCar has chosen to stick with the team he joined three years ago rather than accept offers from both inside and outside F1 He has a long-term goal of becoming only the second driver to complete the Triple Crown — winning the Monaco Grand Prix Le Mans and the Indy500 Speaking later on Thursday at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas he revealed his deal contained options for beyond 2018 "We never discuss the contract clauses and we are not going to do it now but it’s a long-term contract and we’ll see how things go" Alonso said "I’m very excited for next year with different expectations and keen to put McLaren back where it deserves to be I want Australia (opening race of 2018) to arrive already" He welcomed McLaren’s decision to switch engine suppliers from Honda after three disappointing years to Renault whose team carried him to his titles in 2005 and 2006 "It’s very exciting" added the Spaniard whose best placing this season was a sixth in Hungary "Driving again for Renault even though it’s just the engine is a good feeling Red Bull has been showing it this year with two cars on the podium in Japan both cars on the podium in Malaysia— so we know what the Renault engine is capable of "Now we have to step up and make it happen" McLaren who have not won a race since 2012 when Jenson Button triumphed in Brazil were thrilled at their star driver’s vote of confidence "With Fernando there is no doubt that we have a driver who can help us achieve our goal of winning again in F1 – and believe me we are all keen to do that" said McLaren executive director Zak Brown The team’s racing director Eric Boullier added: "Today’s announcement shows that he’s fully committed to racing and winning as a McLaren driver "And while we’ve often shared his frustrations over the past few years we now feel that we can deliver on our promise to give him a competitive car next season" Alonso will once again be teamed up with Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne in 2018 "With Fernando and Stoffel we’re lucky to be writing a fresh chapter with what we believe to be the best driver line-up in Formula 1" commented Boullier Ahead of Sunday’s United States Grand Prix in Austin Alonso is 16th in the driver’s standings after mustering just 10 points three fewer than Vandoorne which she knew was not authorized to receive or possess the documents. 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