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  1. Research Culture: Framework for advancing rigorous research

    Walter J Koroshetz et al.
    Establishing a community of 'rigor champions' and building a comprehensive educational platform to teach the principles of rigorous science will help to ensure that the outputs of scientific research remain reliable and robust.
  2. eLife Latest: Taking steps to increase the diversity of our editorial board

    As the Board of Reviewing Editors reaches 500, we reflect on recent recruitment efforts.
  3. Research Culture: Setting the right tone

    Tanita Casci, Elizabeth Adams
    Improving the research culture of an institution may lead to a fairer, more rewarding and successful environment, but how do you start making changes?
  4. Early-Career Travel Grants: Applications are open for 2020

    Grants offer up to $1,000 towards the costs of attending a conference.
  5. Mental Health in Academia: What about faculty?

    Hilal A Lashuel
    After two heart attacks in three years, an associate professor discusses the challenges of faculty life.
  6. Research Culture: Career choices of underrepresented and female postdocs in the biomedical sciences

    W Marcus Lambert et al.
    Mentorship, financial security and a positive sense of self-worth increase the likelihood that underrepresented minority and female postdocs will pursue a career in academia.
  7. eLife Ambassadors: Going from strength to strength

    From open science and reproducibility to diversity and career development, eLife Ambassadors remain active on a large number of projects.
  8. Webinar Report: Transforming data visualisation to improve transparency and reproducibility

    Help others to understand your research and make your results standout by learning how to make your figures more informative.
    1. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Research Culture: Co-reviewing and ghostwriting by early-career researchers in the peer review of manuscripts

    Gary S McDowell et al.
    Early career researchers commonly peer review manuscripts on behalf of invited reviewers, often without receiving feedback or being named to the journal.
  9. Mental Health in Academia: A question of support

    Elsa Loissel
    Who helps junior researchers that go through difficult times?