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eLife Latest: One year of the Physics of Living Systems
Approaches from the physical sciences are having an impact in biology.
For Authors: A simpler way to submit to eLife
Spend less time on admin and more time on your science, with eLife’s new submission tool.
Webinar Report: Queer visibility in STEM diversity
How does embracing the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community lead to better science?
eLife welcomes Michael Eisen as Editor-in-Chief
Leading open-access advocate will take eLife forward in its mission to transform publishing in the life and biomedical sciences.
eLife Ambassadors: An invitation to take part in 2019
The eLife Early-Career Advisory Group open applications for researchers who wish to join the second edition of the community advocacy programme.
eLife Ambassadors: Reflections on a successful trial
Early-career researchers involved in the pilot year of the new community scheme delivered results exceeding all expectations.
Levelling Up: Reproducibility for Everyone
A project supported by eLife Ambassadors and a Mozilla Mini Grant is increasing its capacity to train researchers in reproducible research practices.
eLife Latest: How publishers are coming on board with open annotations
We explore how publishers are adopting the newly customised Hypothesis annotation platform to promote scientific discussion online.
eLife Ambassadors: Introducing ECRcentral
The community-curated website aims to connect early-career researchers with funding opportunities, useful resources and each other.
In Europe: eLife contributes to a report on the future of scholarly communication
An Expert Group appointed by the European Commission identifies reform of the scholarly incentive system as a key requirement for the continuing improvement of research communication.
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