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  1. Parents and children work together to build a tower of blocks that feature images representing work and family activities that a scientist may take part in

    Scientist and Parent

    Curated by Emma Pewsey et al.
    A research career and family life are not incompatible.
  2. Scientist and Parent: Looking for the best of both worlds

    Bridget M Kuehn
    Research institutions could do more to support scientists who are pregnant or have young children.
  3. Scientist and Parent: Part of the research family

    Emma Pewsey
    eLife is publishing a collection of articles and interviews with scientists who are parents to explore how to get the best of both worlds.
  4. Early-career researcher travel grants 2018: First seven authors selected

    The eLife travel grant programme offers up to $1000 to help recipients gain exposure and recognition for their work.
  5. Scientific Publishing: How early-career researchers are shaping eLife

    Mark Patterson, Randy Schekman
    Journals can benefit from listening to graduate students, postdocs and newly-independent group leaders.
    Editorial
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  6. eLife latest: An opportunity to review papers in Genomics and Evolutionary Biology

    eLife invites early-career researchers to join the Genomics and Evolutionary Biology reviewer pool.
  7. Webinar report: Pursuing science in an uncertain world

    In February's #ECRWednesday webinar, speakers discussed the impact of Brexit on researchers based in the UK.
  8. eLife latest: 24 editors welcomed to the Board of Reviewing Editors

    eLife is pleased to welcome new members to our Board of Reviewing Editors, including five recent early-career reviewers.
  9. Meeting report: Visions and versions and the future of peer review

    Mark Patterson shares some perspectives after the recent ASAPbio meeting on Transparency, Recognition, and Innovation in Peer Review in the Life Sciences.
  10. Accessible support: Chronically Academic

    Researchers with disabilities and chronic illnesses are advocating for diversity to become normalised.