Inside eLife


  1. eLife Latest: Our support for LGBTQ+ researchers

    This Pride Month, we restate our commitment to supporting the LGBTQ+ community and working to help shape research culture to be more equitable, diverse and inclusive.
  2. 2022 eLife Community Ambassadors: First months of activity

    128 early-career researchers (ECRs) from 51 countries have been voicing their ideas and discussing global research community needs.
  3. For Authors: Updates to eLife’s data sharing policies

    eLife’s policies on data availability and sharing will ensure greater transparency, rigour and reproducibility in research.
  4. Webinar Report: The history of science publishing

    Learn more about the evolution of science publishing and the ever changing ways research is conducted and shared.
  5. Webinar Report: The Languages of Science – multilingual science communication awareness

    Watch back as our speakers introduce the importance of multilingual science communication and discuss solutions to embracing all languages within our global research community.
  6. Early-Career Advisory Group: Applications open for candidates to join in 2022

    We’re looking to elect early-career researchers to five vacancies opening in August 2022.
  7. Privacy Notice: Early-career advisory group applicant demographic data

    Details related to the demographic data held and processed by eLife about applicants to the Early-Career Advisory Group during the 2022 elections.
  8. Webinar Report: Public engagement with your research

    Our speakers shared insights on the importance of public engagement, and how it improves science and makes a positive impact on relevant communities.
  9. Early-Career Advisory Group: Highlights of our work in 2021

    Last year the group worked closely with eLife’s editorial leadership and staff to advance our shared goal of creating new ways to support early-career scientists in research communication.
  10. Webinar Report: An introduction to open science

    Watch back as our speakers introduce and discuss the importance of open science.