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The eLife community is working to help address some of the pressures on early-career scientists in a number of ways. Learn more about our work and advisory group, sign up for our monthly news, follow us on Twitter, and explore recent activities below.
Illustration by Davide Bonazzi

Latest

  1. Levelling Up: Reproducibility for Everyone

    A project supported by eLife Ambassadors and a Mozilla Mini Grant is increasing its capacity to train researchers in reproducible research practices.
  2. Jennifer Tsang

    Interview: Blogging and being social

    Jennifer Tsang describes how her career path led her from microbiology to science communication and marketing.
  3. eLife Ambassadors: Introducing ECRcentral

    The community-curated website aims to connect early-career researchers with funding opportunities, useful resources and each other.
  4. Webinar Report: Graphic design tips for creating effective figures

    Learn how you can improve how you communicate your science visually.
  5. The attendees of the Alliance4Life kick-off meeting

    Global Science: Forming an Alliance4Life

    Institutes from across central and eastern Europe are working together to improve the quality of research in the region.
  6. Early-Career Travel Grants: Applications open for 2019

    As eLife opens the fourth edition of the travel grants programme, we share some insights to help researchers prepare stronger applications.
  7. Ekaterina Streltsova

    Global Science: Get grants or perish

    Despite the limited range of grants available in Russia, the careers of many researchers depend on this funding.
  8. Living Science: Uniting the nations of science

    Eve Marder
    As the world becomes smaller and more uniform, it is important to remember that creativity in science can happen anywhere.
  9. Research: United States National Postdoc Survey results and the interaction of gender, career choice and mentor impact

    Sean C McConnell et al.
    The quality of mentoring received while a postdoc influences career choice irrespective of field, gender, or ethnicity, according to a 7,603-respondent postdoc survey.

Highlights

  1. Working Lives

    Curated by Emma Pewsey