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  1. Webinar Report: Reforming academic conferences

    In this month’s webinar our speakers discussed what can be done to reform the conference experience for both organisers and participants.
  2. eLife Latest: Supporting AllTrials to encourage the registration and reporting of all clinical trials

    AllTrials is calling for broad scrutiny to help uncover missing results from past clinical trials.
    1. Evolutionary Biology
    2. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Special Issue: Call for papers in evolutionary medicine

    eLife is pleased to announce a new Special Issue, curating the very best research in this growing area.
  3. Open Access: eLife responds to White House’s request for information

    The request asked for feedback on how best to achieve public access to the research articles and data stemming from U.S. government funding.
  4. New from eLife: Invitation to submit to Preprint Review

    Authors can now request peer review without being evaluated for publication in eLife up front.
  5. eLife Latest: Welcoming our newest editors

    Bringing expertise in all major areas of research at eLife, 111 researchers join our editorial board as nine Reviewing Editors move to the leadership team.
  6. Webinar Report: How ECRs can improve training and research quality at their institutions

    In this month’s webinar our speakers discussed how you can inspire a change in culture at your institution, improve research quality and influence good research practices.
  7. eLife and COVID-19: Getting more out of the online workplace

    Virtual brainstorming is a form of remote online working that offers a more flexible and inclusive approach to collaboration than video calls.
  8. eLife and COVID-19: We commit to a cross-publisher rapid review initiative

    The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new urgency to openly and rapidly share and review research related to the virus.
  9. Early-Career Travel Grants: Six researchers receive support to share their work

    Scientists from Canada, Ecuador, Germany, the UK and the US will present their research online and at future scientific meetings.