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  1. Early-Career Advisory Group: Applications open for candidates to join in 2021

    We’re looking for five early-career researchers to join our advisory group and help us realise our mission to transform research communication.
  2. 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 2021 elections.
  3. eLife's Code of Conduct

    Guidelines for participation with eLife that express our shared values and expectations, as well as outline how we support behaviours that contribute positively to our communities.
  4. Privacy Notice: Editors’ Demographic Data

    Details related to the demographic data held and processed by eLife about eLife editors.
  5. eLife Latest: Update on our actions to promote equity, diversity and inclusion

    In the first of what will be twice-yearly reports, we outline the progress and ongoing work at eLife to tackle inequalities in research and publishing.
  6. eLife and COVID-19: Data deposition required for all C19 Rapid Review publishers

    The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of sharing data openly to improve the discoverability and reusability of new results.
  7. Event Report: Aging, Geroscience and Longevity Symposium

    Catch up on our online symposium in which eLife authors showcased their research from the upcoming Aging, Geroscience and Longevity Special Issue.
  8. eLife Latest: Welcoming our newest editors

    Bringing a broad range of expertise, 98 researchers join eLife’s editorial board and 10 assume senior roles on the leadership team.
  9. Webinar Report: In pursuit of more equitable funding

    In this month’s webinar our speakers discussed the challenges ECRs and underrepresented groups face when pursuing funding opportunities and suggested examples of how funding could be made fairer.
  10. Mental Health in Academia: A survey of individuals who support researchers

    An eLife survey sheds light on the experiences of those in the academic community who help researchers struggling with their mental health.