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  1. Webinar Report: An introduction to open science

    Watch back as our speakers introduce and discuss the importance of open science.
    1. Neuroscience

    Preprints reviewed by eLife: An “excellent and important study” of resurgent currents in sodium channels

    Read what peer reviewers thought about a recent preprint on the molecular mechanisms responsible for resurgent currents in voltage-gated sodium channels.
    1. Biochemistry and Chemical Biology

    Discipline Spotlight: Publishing metabolism research at eLife

    eLife welcomes research from all areas of metabolism.
    1. Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
    2. Computational and Systems Biology
    3. Genetics and Genomics

    Special Issue: Call for papers in the area of systems genetics

    eLife is pleased to launch a call for papers for a Special Issue in the new and emerging field of systems genetics.
    1. Microbiology and Infectious Disease

    Preprints reviewed by eLife: Applying deep learning to the microbiome

    Read what peer reviewers thought about a recent preprint on the use of deep learning to design microbial communities with specific metabolite profiles.
  2. Early-Career Reviewers Pool: Authors can now select and nominate early-career reviewers for their work

    Long used by our Reviewing Editors, a vetted list of ∼600 early-career reviewers is now available to prospective authors when searching for suitable reviewers during the submission process.
    1. Genetics and Genomics
    2. Neuroscience

    Preprints Reviewed by eLife: A “tour-de-force” study of neuronal maturation

    Read what peer reviewers thought about a recent preprint on chromatin accessibility and neuronal maturation.
  3. eLife Latest: Announcing a new technology direction

    eLife’s technology strategy shifts from building a suite of open-source products for use by publishers to a renewed focus on building open scholarly infrastructure to support the ‘publish, review, curate’ model.
  4. Call for Pitches: “When politics come into play”

    Tell us how political events have changed the way you conduct research.
  5. Open Peer Reviewers in Africa: Nominations are now open to recruit future peer-review trainers across the continent

    AfricArXiv, Eider Africa, eLife, PREreview, and the Training Centre in Communication (TCC Africa) invite nominations for researchers in the fields of life sciences and medicine who will help co-create and then disseminate resources promoting best open peer-review practices in Africa.