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  1. Author Policy: eLife addresses “parachute science” to support meaningful collaborations

    Promoting inclusion in global research is a step towards creating a more just and equitable future that better supports research and researchers in the Global South.
  2. eLife’s New Model: Your questions answered

    Read answers to frequently asked questions about Reviewed Preprints and publishing with eLife.

  3. eLife Community: Elizabeth Ochola appointed to DORA Steering Committee

    eLife congratulates our early-career advisor on becoming the newest representative in Africa for this worldwide initiative advancing responsible research assessment.
  4. eLife’s New Model: A statement from our board

    eLife’s Board of Directors has issued a public letter of support for our new publishing model.
  5. eLife Community Ambassadors: RADI shines a light on rare disease communities

    Ambassador, Dr. Ana Paula Mendonça, drives forward awareness for rare disease through this new initiative started on Rare Disease Day, February 28, 2023.
  6. eLife Latest: Our thanks to Anna Akhmanova

    After serving eLife as Deputy Editor since 2018, we extend our thanks to Anna Akhmanova for her contributions.
  7. Open Peer Reviewers in Africa: A ‘train-the-trainer’ program pilot recap

    As the pilot of the Open Peer Reviewers in Africa project comes to an end, AfricArXiv, Eider Africa, eLife, PREreview, and the Training Centre in Communication Africa reflect on this collaborative effort to promote best open peer-review practices in Africa.
  8. 2023 eLife Community Ambassadors: New year, new model

    While eLife’s new publishing model is focused on improving the ways research is communicated, our world-wide community of eLife Ambassadors is working towards reforming research culture and making science more accessible and reproducible.
  9. Global Science Policy Network survey: Tell us what matters to you

    Members of our eLife Ambassadors 2022 cohort are working together to enable other early-career researchers (ECRs) to understand the impact of, and get involved in science policy.
  10. eLife’s New Model: Open for submissions

    All papers reviewed by eLife as part of our new model will now be published as Reviewed Preprints.