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  1. ScienceBeam: Using open technology to extract knowledge from research PDFs

    We report on our progress towards an open-source machine learning solution for the automatic extraction of semantically structured data from research PDFs.
  2. Innovation Sprint 2020: Project roundup

    We showcase the variety of projects developed during this year’s Innovation Sprint.
  3. numbers around a globe

    Welcome to a new ERA of reproducible publishing

    New open-source technology lets eLife authors publish Executable Research Articles that treat live code and data as first-class citizens.
  4. electrophysiological signals

    Python for the practicing neuroscientist: an online educational resource

    Learn to analyze neural data using Python with this interactive, case study-based approach
  5. person looking at stars

    Innovation Leaders 2020: A summary

    We share some of the highlights, outcomes and learnings from our first open leadership and mentorship programme.
  6. CoVis: discover relibale COVID-19 research

    CoVis: a new tool to discover reliable COVID-19 research

    CoVis is a community-driven resource to help scientists kick-start their COVID-19 research.
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    Making (neuro)science accessible world-wide: Online seminars for the globe

    World Wide Neuro reconnects researchers and facilitates scientific discourse in the times of the pandemic.
  8. people working from home

    neuromatch: Algorithms to match scientists

    We developed machine-learning algorithms to help connect scientists during online research conferences.