Inside eLife


  1. Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: Introducing the eLife Global South Committee for Open Science

    The newly-formed Global South Committee for Open Science will advise eLife on how best to promote equitable collaboration and inclusion.
  2. eLife Ambassadors Survey: Why postdocs leave labs?

    Discussions throughout the eLife Ambassadors programme have led to this initiative to investigate the reasons behind the premature departure of postdocs from research groups and the consequential impact of this phenomenon amid the ongoing postdoc crisis.
  3. Science Communication: Seven tips for discussing preprints on social media

    Gain insights into tried-and-tested actions for communicating preprinted research effectively and responsibly on social media.
  4. eLife Latest: Welcoming our newest editors in Africa

    Meet the 17 researchers in Africa who have just joined our editorial board.
  5. eLife’s New Model: What is a Reviewed Preprint?

    Reviewed Preprints offer researchers an open and transparent way to share their research and receive fair assessment and feedback quickly. But what are they and how do they differ from other publication routes?
  6. Statement from plurality of eLife editors

    An open letter signed by more than 200 eLife editors affirms the importance of open, respectful disagreements and robust discussion as pillars of eLife's scientific mission.
  7. Statement of the eLife Board of Directors

    The board of eLife, which governs the organisation, has made the decision to replace our Editor-in-Chief.
  8. Mental Health in Mexico: A survey of researchers in academia

    eLife Ambassador Christian Molina-Aguilar and his team of collaborators have created a survey to shed light on the experiences of researchers in Mexico in relation to their mental health and wellbeing.
  9. Annual Report: 2022 in review

    We reflect on a momentous year for eLife as we reached key milestones in our mission to transform research communication.