eLife-News -- The eLife journal site launches next week

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The following is a quick round up of eLife developments, which was sent to our news subscribers. Didn't receive a copy? Subscribe to eLife News now. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact us.


The eLife journal site launch – 1.5 weeks to go

In June 2011, three of the most prestigious research funding bodies in the world announced an unprecedented collaboration to inspire change in the way scientific discoveries are communicated and shared. The first product of this collaboration is eLife, an open-access journal for the most influential discoveries in life science and biomedicine, which will launch next week: http://www.elifesciences.org/the-elife-journal-site-launch/.

What makes an eLife paper?

To give a sense of the richness of science that we aim to see represented in eLife, we asked our editorial leadership to share their ideas and opinions about what great science looks like to them. Learn what the editorial team shared here http://www.elifesciences.org/what-makes-an-elife-paper/.

eLife API is up and running

Learn more from one of our partner developers at http://www.elifesciences.org/from-an-elife-developer/.

eLife and recent papers in the press:

Read papers published to date at elifesciences.org/articles.

eLife will be at the 2012 American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting in San Francisco next month

We'll be in the exhibit hall, Booth #1319. See the details at http://www.ascb.org/.

This month on Twitter with @eLife_sciences:

Ross Mounce @rmounce NSF & other funders are now accepting data as a 1st class research output (like publications) -> incentive datapub.cdlib.org/?p=1201 @LeeRberger. Join us. https://twitter.com/elife_sciences

Send your best work now

Now is the time to submit your very best work for consideration by the much anticipated journal being launched by three of the world’s most prestigious biomedical research funders: eLife. Try our efficient review process. Hear more from editor-in-chief Randy Schekman at http://www.elifesciences.org/send-your-papers-now.


eLife News will be published periodically throughout 2012 to update subscribers on the development of the anticipated eLife journal. Questions and comments related to the content may be addressed to media@elifesciences.org or through http://www.elifesciences.org/contact.

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