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  1. ScienceFair - a new desktop science library

    Richard Smith-Unna introduces ScienceFair, a new way to access and consume science from your desktop using peer-to-peer technology.
  2. Redesigning an online scientific journal from the article up I: Early designs

    Our approach to redesigning a better journal reading experience, starting with the Research Article.
  3. Illustration by Davide Bonazzi

    Welcome to eLife 2.0

    We’re moving the online journal forward, and we hope you’ll join us on our journey.
  4. CoLab — instant messaging for scientists?

    Winner of the eLife prize at Hack24 2017, CoLab is a proof-of-concept collaborative editing and messaging platform for scientists.
  5. Composing reproducible manuscripts using R Markdown

    Chris Hartgerink explains how and why he uses R Markdown to write dynamic research documents.
  6. Hacking new tools for knowledge discovery

    At Hack Cambridge Recurse, the eXplore, Knowledge Direct and SciChat projects piqued our interest.
  7. Sharing macromolecule concepts online with Proteopedia

    Scientists from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, showcase the tool they developed to share macromolecules on the web.
  8. Publishing scientific images using the IIIF

    The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) makes the world’s image repositories interoperable and accessible.