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As the end of 2018 approaches, take a look back at a selection of popular news, commentaries and research from this year.
1 new twist on peer review launched
2 hours of sleep needed for the Mexican cavefish to survive thanks to a molecule in their brain
3 portraits created by photokinetic bacteria
4-character abstract answers ‘Are theoretical results ‘Results’?’
5 days for a fungus to take control of its fruit fly hosts and turn them into zombies
6 new members of our Early-Career Advisory Group welcomed
7 editors led the launch of our new subject area, Physics of Living Systems
Eight-y-five percent of articles published in toll access journals were available in Sci-Hub
9 to 5 isn’t the only option. Scientists with children explained how flexible working is a big help for them in our collection of interviews and feature articles
10 µM iodoacetate inhibits glycolysis, inducing AMPK oscillations in epithelial cells
11 Feature Articles examine the science of science in our latest collection on meta-research
12 million years didn’t result in much morphological change in prehistoric giant flying squirrels
This is just a small sample of the more than 1,200 articles and updates we’ve published at eLife this year.
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