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  1. eLife Ambassadors: Reflections on a successful trial

    Early-career researchers involved in the pilot year of the new community scheme delivered results exceeding all expectations.
  2. Levelling Up: Reproducibility for Everyone

    A project supported by eLife Ambassadors and a Mozilla Mini Grant is increasing its capacity to train researchers in reproducible research practices.
  3. eLife Latest: How publishers are coming on board with open annotations

    We explore how publishers are adopting the newly customised Hypothesis annotation platform to promote scientific discussion online.
  4. eLife Ambassadors: Introducing ECRcentral

    The community-curated website aims to connect early-career researchers with funding opportunities, useful resources and each other.
  5. In Europe: eLife contributes to a report on the future of scholarly communication

    An Expert Group appointed by the European Commission identifies reform of the scholarly incentive system as a key requirement for the continuing improvement of research communication.
  6. Webinar Report: Graphic design tips for creating effective figures

    Learn how you can improve how you communicate your science visually.
    1. Cancer Biology

    Advances in Cancer Research: Authors share their research on World Cancer Day

    eLife authors discuss their latest findings in brain tumours, breast, muscle and pancreatic cancer.
  7. Early-Career Travel Grants: Terms and conditions

    eLife is pleased to offer a travel grant programme whereby the early-stage researcher on an eLife paper may be funded to present their work at a meeting of their choice to get the exposure and recognition in their field.
  8. Early-Career Travel Grants: Applications open for 2019

    As eLife opens the fourth edition of the travel grants programme, we share some insights to help researchers prepare stronger applications.
    1. Chromosomes and Gene Expression

    Meeting Report: At the forefront of gene regulation

    James Manley (Columbia University, USA), Carol Prives (Columbia University, USA) and Kevin Struhl (Harvard Medical School, USA) discussed the latest work in the field of gene regulation.