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  1. Research Assessment: Reducing bias in the evaluation of researchers

    A workshop run by DORA identified a number of ways to reduce bias in hiring and funding decisions.
  2. Workforce Diversity: Let’s talk about race

    A workshop convened by the Medical Research Council gave PhD students the opportunity to discuss how research careers could be made more inclusive for black, Asian and minority ethnic individuals.
  3. eLife Community Ambassadors: 243 volunteers join the programme in 2019

    Diverse researchers from across the world are joining forces to promote responsible behaviours in science.
  4. Travel Grants: The first winners of 2019

    Five women and two men receive the first round of eLife early-career travel awards this year.
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    2. Immunology and Inflammation

    Special Issue: Call for papers at the interface of Cancer Biology and Immunology

    eLife is pleased to announce ‘Discovery and Translation of Cancer Immunology: A Special Issue’, curating the very best research in this field.
  5. In Publishing: The latest on the open-source publishing platform Libero

    An update on the development of eLife’s publishing suite, what’s next, and how publishers, libraries and developers can get involved.
  6. eLife Latest: One year of the Physics of Living Systems

    Approaches from the physical sciences are having an impact in biology.
  7. For Authors: A simpler way to submit to eLife

    Spend less time on admin and more time on your science, with eLife’s new submission tool.
  8. Webinar Report: Queer visibility in STEM diversity

    How does embracing the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community lead to better science?
  9. eLife welcomes Michael Eisen as Editor-in-Chief

    Leading open-access advocate will take eLife forward in its mission to transform publishing in the life and biomedical sciences.