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  1. Plaudit logo

    From our Sprint to your browser: An update on Plaudit

    We present a new mechanism for the academic community to openly endorse publications.
  2. Open-source technology in publishing: Explore the latest community updates

    From online authoring, to a submissions wizard, annotations, endorsements for published research, reproducible manuscripts, screening figures for accessibility, and indexing data availability statements – February updates from the community call are now available.
  3. Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article

    Blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures, we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story.
  4. Community first: An evolution in the approach to open publishing infrastructure with Libero

    Paul Shannon, Head of Technology, shares highlights from eLife’s journey in creating the Libero community.
  5. Launch Binder

    Integrating Binder and Stencila – the building blocks to increased open communication and transparency

    Find out how this new project can help researchers communicate their work openly, collaborate with other scientists and ensure the high quality and transparency of their workflow and findings.
  6. Open-source technology in publishing: Community call, October 28

    The recording of October’s community call on open-source technology for publishing is now available.
  7. eLife postcard propped up again point of sale display saying Ideas, with lightbulb-shaped jar in foreground

    Evaluating ideas for eLife’s Innovation Initiative

    We consider several questions before providing funding and mentorship for development of a new tool for open research communication.
  8. The development team stand at a microphone for a presentation

    WikiCiteVis — exploring citations on Wikipedia

    Find out how scholarly articles are cited on Wikipedia with WikiCiteVis.