Inside eLife

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  1. eLife Ambassadors: Going from strength to strength

    From open science and reproducibility to diversity and career development, eLife Ambassadors remain active on a large number of projects.
  2. eLife Latest: Criteria for data repository selection

    FAIRsharing and DataCite have joined forces with a group of publisher representatives, including eLife, to develop criteria for identifying and selecting data repositories.
  3. eLife Latest: Welcoming our newest editors

    Bringing a broad range of expertise, 113 researchers join eLife’s editorial board as 12 Reviewing Editors move to the leadership team.
  4. Special Issue: Call for papers in aging, geroscience and longevity

    eLife is pleased to announce a new Special Issue, curating the very best research in this field.
  5. Webinar Report: Transforming data visualisation to improve transparency and reproducibility

    Help others to understand your research and make your results standout by learning how to make your figures more informative.
  6. Peer Review: New initiatives to enhance the value of eLife’s process

    Michael Eisen, eLife’s Editor-in-Chief, reflects on lessons learned from a recent peer-review trial, and describes how eLife aims to make peer review more effective.
  7. eLife Latest: Testing the Materials Design Analysis Reporting (MDAR) checklist

    We share the results from a recent cross-journal test of a minimum standards reporting checklist for the life sciences.
  8. Peer Review: Final results from a trial at eLife

    A new approach to peer review resulted in a moderately higher acceptance rate, with all the issues raised by reviewers addressed by the authors in the vast majority of revised submissions.
  9. Early-career Reviewers: Reflections on focused inclusion in reviews at eLife

    We explore what happened when nine eLife Reviewing Editors explicitly included early-career reviewers in the review process.
  10. What you always wanted to know about the p-value, but were afraid to ask

    A recording of the recent webinar, where Dr. Ulrich Dirnagl discussed the scientific ritual of significance testing.