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Webinar Report: Shaping the future of research assessment
Watch back as our speakers discuss the importance of meaningful research assessment and opportunities for early-career researchers to drive this change.
eLife Latest: Our support for LGBTQ+ researchers
This Pride Month, we restate our commitment to supporting the LGBTQ+ community and working to help shape research culture to be more equitable, diverse and inclusive.
2022 eLife Community Ambassadors: First months of activity
128 early-career researchers (ECRs) from 51 countries have been voicing their ideas and discussing global research community needs.
Webinar Report: The history of science publishing
Learn more about the evolution of science publishing and the ever changing ways research is conducted and shared.
Webinar Report: The Languages of Science – multilingual science communication awareness
Watch back as our speakers introduce the importance of multilingual science communication and discuss solutions to embracing all languages within our global research community.
Ukraine: Holding lectures while the bombs fall
With the Russian army marching on his home city, a Ukrainian scholar must decide how to respond.
Early-Career Advisory Group: Applications open for candidates to join in 2022
We’re looking to elect early-career researchers to five vacancies opening in August 2022.
Webinar Report: Public engagement with your research
Our speakers shared insights on the importance of public engagement, and how it improves science and makes a positive impact on relevant communities.
Early-Career Advisory Group: Highlights of our work in 2021
Last year the group worked closely with eLife’s editorial leadership and staff to advance our shared goal of creating new ways to support early-career scientists in research communication.
Webinar Report: An introduction to open science
Watch back as our speakers introduce and discuss the importance of open science.
Read the third update on our work addressing inequities in research and publishing
We welcome 128 researchers to our Community Ambassadors programme
Open Chemistry: What if we just give everything away?
Luke D Lavis
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