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Webinar Report: Arts in science communication
How can researchers combine the arts with their science?
Global Science: To the West and back again
The life and biomedical sciences are thriving in many Asian countries, making it less essential for scientists to “go West”.
Webinar Report: Private funding in science
How can early-career researchers attract funding from non-governmental sources?
eLife Ambassadors: Progress in the final phase
Key initiatives to support early-career researchers and open science are nearing completion.
Gender Equity: Addressing recruitment at the departmental level
We suggest five ways in which biology departments can improve their hiring processes in order to achieve gender equity in their workforce.
Global Science: Public health research in Iran
Potential impacts of economic sanctions and a lack of long-term vision from the authorities hinder the work of researchers.
Webinar Report: Being a scientist and a parent
How can researchers build family friendly careers?
Curated by Emma Pewsey et al.
On the last Wednesday of each month, members of the eLife Early-Career Advisory Group invite experts to share their views and advice on subjects pertinent to research careers.
Early-career researcher travel grants 2018: Eight authors selected in the final round of funding
The grantees will receive up to $1,000 to help them present their work at scientific meetings.
Global Science: Barriers in Bangladesh
Senjuti Saha et al.
An international effort is needed to overcome the paywalls, customs regulations and lack of local suppliers that hinder research in low- and middle-income countries.
Journal clubs in the time of preprints
Prachee Avasthi et al.
Neuroscience in Nigeria
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