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Global Science: Barriers in Bangladesh
Senjuti Saha et al.
An international effort is needed to overcome the paywalls, customs regulations and lack of local suppliers that hinder research in low- and middle-income countries.
Global Science: Neuroscience in Nigeria
Mahmoud Bukar Maina discusses the challenges of doing research in a country with limited resources.
eLife Ambassadors: Progress of key initiatives at the midpoint of the programme
Meta-research, a popular reproducibility workshop, research into best funding practices and a dedicated blog are just some of the projects underway to support early-career scientists and promote open science.
Webinar Report: Removing barriers for women in science
How are researchers supporting their early-career colleagues?
Workforce diversity: Strategies for cultivating inclusion in research
The organizers of a recent symposium on diversity challenges in science, technology, engineering and math outline approaches to improve diversity and inclusion across all career stages.
Early-Career Advisory Group: Six new members announced
Three graduate students, two postdocs and one PI will join the advisory group next month.
Early-Career Advisory Group: Reflecting on a year of activity
Over the past year, early-career researchers have built momentum on several initiatives and launched the eLife Ambassadors Programme and Reproducibility Workshops.
Webinar Report: Supporting preprints in the life sciences
Explore the new initiatives that are helping preprints to make a bigger impact.
Career opportunities: Beyond Academia
Graduate students at UC Berkeley aim to empower PhD students and postdocs to expand their career options beyond the traditional academic track.
Early-career researcher travel grants 2018: Seven more authors selected
Each will receive up to $1,000 to help them gain exposure and recognition for their work.
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