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  1. eLife partners with Hypothes.is to advance open scholarly annotation

    The move will bring publishers and researchers an open annotation platform to create annotations for personal use, or as part of conversations with private groups or the general public.
    1. Genes and Chromosomes

    Scientists capture first images of shortest non-repetitive genome sequence in 3D

    A research team has pushed the ability of a molecular diagnostic technique to image a specific segment of the genome in super resolution.
  2. eLife improves online reading for scientists with modern user experience design

    The new eLife website uses the latest in web design to deliver the best possible reading experience for users across multiple devices – and the code is completely open.
  3. Initiative for Open Citations (I4OC) launches with early success

    There is fresh momentum in the scholarly publishing world to open up data on the citations that link research publications.

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