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Webinar report: How to be a medic and a scientist
The first #ECRWednesday webinar of 2018 explored what it's like to balance clinical work with research.
Early-career researchers: An update from the eLife Ambassadors
Since the launch of the eLife Ambassador program, ambassadors have been busy with open community calls, events and other activities.
Early-career researcher travel grants 2018: Open for applications
eLife is pleased to offer a travel grants programme for early-career researchers for the third year running.
Early-Career Advisory Group: eLife welcomes 150 Ambassadors of good practice in science
More than 150 eLife Ambassadors will work to catalyse improvements in the way science is communicated and performed.
Open notebooks galore: The Structural Genomics Consortium
Over 20 researchers will show their support for open science by sharing their data and blogging about their research projects.
Early-career researchers: Views on peer review
From evaluating statistics to the need for training, what do early-career researchers think about peer review?
Climate change: The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Society of Turkey
Researchers in and from Turkey are working together to organise a vibrant scientific community and reduce brain drain.
Announcement: eLife welcomes early-career researcher to its Board of Directors
The new board member will help oversee the strategic direction of eLife and support the organisation in the pursuit of its mission.
Ben Barres: In memory of a remarkable colleague
eLife editors share a short tribute to Ben Barres: neuroscientist, former eLife Reviewing Editor, and advocate for young scientists, women, and scientists of diverse backgrounds.
Webinar report: Making science reproducible
In the final #ECRWednesday webinar of 2017, speakers discussed the challenges and benefits of working reproducibly.
Webinar: Pursuing science in an uncertain world
Webinar: Alternate career options for researchers
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