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Webinar Report: The "science of science" - using meta-research to make research more transparent and reproducible
Watch back as our panelists explore ways that you can use meta-research, or the science of science, to make research more transparent, rigorous and reproducible.
eLife Ambassadors: An invitation to take part in 2022
Early-career researchers who wish to join the third edition of our community learning and advocacy programme can apply by November 7, 2021.
eLife Latest: Welcoming our newest early-career reviewers in Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
New early-career reviewers will support eLife’s Public Review process.
Privacy Notice: eLife Community Ambassadors Programme
Details related to the data held and processed as part of applications to the eLife Community Ambassadors Programme
Special Issue: Call for papers on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer prevention, control, care and survivorship
eLife is pleased to announce a new Special Issue, curating timely research in this important area of public health.
Annual Report: 2020 in review
We reflect on eLife’s efforts to drive change in scientific and medical publishing during an eventful year.
Event Report: Computational and Systems Biology Symposium
Watch back leading computational and systems biology researchers presenting their work and showcasing the breadth of themes within this subject area.
Ben Barres Spotlight Awards: Applications open for 2021
This year’s awards are our most inclusive to date, offering funds of up to $6,000 to support the work of researchers from underrepresented backgrounds and countries with limited funding.
eLife Latest: July 2021 update on our actions to promote equity, diversity and inclusion
In the second of our twice-yearly reports, we outline the progress and ongoing work at eLife to tackle inequalities in research and publishing.
Journal Policy: eLife partners with national laboratories around more inclusive name-change process
A new partnership between publishers and institutions is set to lessen the administrative and emotional burden on researchers who wish to change their names in their published works.
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