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  1. Annual report: 2016 in review

    A look back at eLife's achievements in 2016, notably in advocating for more open practises in sciences, building an open infrastructure for research communication and supporting early-career researchers.
  2. Innovation: Understanding the demand for reproducible research articles

    Life scientists told us whether they would like to share and read computationally reproducible research articles.
  3. Early-Career Advisory Group: Introducing the latest members

    Five new recruits start a two-year term to catalyse broad reform in journals publishing and research communication.
  4. June roundup of eLife papers in the news

    Showcasing the top mentions that eLife papers received in June.
  5. Atomic design and pattern libraries: a robust front-end approach for eLife 2.0

    Paul Mollahan from digital consultancy Digirati discusses the innovative front-end approaches to eLife 2.0.
  6. Innovation: Collaborating to devise the future executable article

    Researchers, developers, and our own publishing and product teams gathered to help define the computationally reproducible research article of tomorrow.
  7. Webinar report: Refreshing approaches to researcher evaluation

    June’s #ECRWednesday webinar, held in partnership with EU-LIFE, explored how the Babraham Institute, the Gulbenkian Institute and HHMI assess researchers for funding and jobs.
  8. Innovation: Supporting online collaboration at the Mozilla Global Sprint 2017

    eLife sponsored a two-day event that encouraged attendees to contribute to over 130 open source projects.
  9. eLife will publish authors’ Transparent Reporting Form beginning this summer

    Completed at full submission, the form provides detailed information to facilitate the interpretation and replication of experiments.
  10. Latest three travel grants awarded to early-career researchers

    Each will receive a grant of up to $1,000 to support their attendance at a meeting to gain exposure and recognition for their work.