When traveling, our jet-lagged bodies can waste valuable exploring time. Luckily, a team from the University of Manchester may have found a solution. When an enzyme in the body was inhibited in the lab, mice were able to adapt to a new environment much more quickly than before. Why is this so exciting? It could easily pave the way for a new drug that could take the exhaustion out of the red eye, and allow you to hit the ground running as soon as your plane touches the ground.