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  1. Open Peer Reviewers in Africa: Nominations are now open to recruit future peer-review trainers across the continent

    AfricArXiv, Eider Africa, eLife, PREreview, and the Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa) invite nominations for researchers in the fields of life sciences and medicine who will help co-create and then disseminate resources promoting best open peer-review practices in Africa.
  2. eLife Latest: Applications open for new Reviewing Editors from Latin America and the Caribbean

    eLife is looking to recruit researchers from these regions with an open call for self-nominations to its editorial board.
  3. Call for Pitches: “When things don’t go to plan”

    Tell us about what went wrong – and what came next.
  4. eLife Community: Launching the Open Science Champions network

    This new network aims to support researchers to learn and encourage open science practices.
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    Peer Review: Feeling like a ‘real’ scientist

    Aalok Varma
    Peer reviewing helped a graduate student to finally gain a sense of belonging within the research community.
  6. Scientists on Social Media: Elisabeth Marnik (@sciencewhizliz)

    Fighting misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccines.
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    Sparks of Change

    Edited by Elsa Loissel et al.
    Tell us how the culture of research is changing.
  8. eLife Latest: January 2022 update on our actions to promote equity, diversity and inclusion

    This third report on our work to address inequities in research and publishing shares our recent progress and plans for the first half of the year ahead.
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    COVID-19 and the Research Community: It is time for open access in clinical care

    Edy Kim
    A healthcare center widely sharing its internal guidelines on how to treat COVID-19 patients “just wasn’t done.” As the pandemic raged at a Boston hospital, the next generation of clinical leaders pushed for change.
  10. eLife Community Ambassadors: Welcoming 128 researchers to the programme

    Advocates of responsible science practises representing over 50 countries join the eLife Community Ambassadors programme to learn from each other and create change across the global research community.