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  1. eLife Latest: Request detailed protocols easily via Bio-protocol integration

    Our new reproducibility-focused integration with Bio-protocol lets you request a detailed protocol from any article on eLife.
  2. eLife Ambassadors: Staying active on many different fronts

    From funding and scientific publishing to outreach and the environmental impact of research, eLife Ambassadors continue to work on a wide range of activities.
  3. Webinar Report: Public involvement in research

    Explore how you can involve patients and the public in basic and applied life sciences research.
  4. Special Issue: Two months to submit your cancer immunology paper

    Highlighting recent advances in the mechanistic understanding of the immune response to cancer cells and new discoveries that relate to therapeutic interventions, our Special Issue continues to accept submissions until September 30, 2019.
  5. Early-Career Advisory Group: Welcoming six new members

    The newly appointed members of the group significantly increase its diversity and inject new energy in their efforts to improve the academic culture for early-career scientists.
  6. Early-Career Advisory Group: A review of 2018–2019

    The group reflects on the past year and looks forward to continuing its efforts to catalyse change in science.
  7. Suzanne Eaton: In memory of a remarkable colleague

    As a tribute to Suzanne Eaton’s many contributions to science and to scientists, we asked several of her colleagues to reflect on her work and life.
  8. eLife Latest: Introducing the first demonstration of the open-source publishing platform Libero Publisher

    The working example represents a major milestone in the development of Libero Publisher, a community-supported tool to help modernise academic publishing.
  9. Annual Report: 2018 in review

    We reflect on eLife’s achievements in continuing to improve peer review, transforming technology for academic publishing, and supporting communities for open science.
  10. Peer Review: Further results from a trial at eLife

    New approach to peer review results in slightly longer decision times and more appeals against decisions, but several other features of the review process, such as the ease of finding reviewers, remain unchanged.