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  1. Peer review: eLife trials a new approach

    eLife authors are being invited to take part in a trial in which they decide how to respond to the issues raised during peer review.
  2. Early-career reviewers: Next steps in the Genomics and Evolutionary Biology trial

    eLife editors trial a new approach to including more early-stage researchers in peer review for papers in the fields of Genomics and Evolutionary Biology.
  3. Webinar report: Alternatives to the traditional journal article as a minimal unit of productivity

    May’s #ECRWednesday webinar explored how researchers can share their science without waiting for articles to appear in journals.
  4. Innovation: Collaboration and creativity at the heart of the eLife Innovation Sprint 2018

    On May 10 and 11, 62 community members designed and developed for open science at the eLife Innovation Sprint.
  5. Early-Career Advisory Group: Applications are now invited to join our advisors this summer

    Self-nominating early-career researchers may be eligible to stand in an election by their peers.
  6. Webinar report: Addressing the career challenges of bioinformaticians

    The participants of April’s #ECRWednesday webinar discussed their careers in bioinformatics and considered the skills needed to be successful.
  7. eLife Ambassadors: Programme teeming with activity after first quarter

    At only three months into the programme, eLife Ambassadors are already working on more than 20 distinct initiatives.
  8. eLife latest: Introducing Scientific Correspondence at eLife

    A new article type allows scientists to challenge the results reported in eLife papers, and gives the original authors an opportunity to respond.
  9. Webinar report: Career options for researchers

    March’s #ECRWednesday webinar explored how to transition into non-academic careers.
  10. For authors: eLife promotes rigour and transparency with Key Resources Tables

    eLife now encourages authors to include a Key Resources Table in the Materials and Methods section of their papers.