eLife Labs

Exploring open-source solutions at the intersection of research and technology. Join us to prototype ideas to bring cutting-edge technology to open research this May.
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  1. blue text saying annotations with six in speech bubble

    Enabling scientific discussion on eLife with Hypothesis

    We collaborated with Hypothesis to integrate the open annotation tool on eLife.
  2. Paper cutouts of various size content headers laid on the floor

    Building a pattern library for scholarly publishing

    How we implemented a front-end design system for the online journal.
  3. Group of people celebrating

    How DIY communities are pushing the frontiers of science

    Lucy Patterson reports back from Science Hack Day Berlin
  4. Design markup on a research category hero image

    Redesigning an online scientific journal from the article up III: design deliverables

    Making our designs ready for use for the build phase of eLife 2.0.
  5. Binder and JupyterHub logos

    Introducing Binder 2.0 — share your interactive research environment

    The Project Jupyter team shares its reboot of Binder, the tool that allows researchers to make their GitHub repositories executable by others.
  6. A circle of hands holding wrists

    Author contributions: recognising researchers for the work they do

    We are investigating ways to improve credit for researchers.
  7. Fostering collaboration at MozFest

    As Festival Lunch Partner, we facilitated activities and workshops on open science at MozFest 2017.
  8. Dollar notes resting on infrastructure diagram

    The running costs of eLife 2.0

    Paul Shannon, Head of Technology, looks at the costs of running eLife’s own continuous publication platform four months after the launch of eLife 2.0.