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  1. RRIDs: How did we get here and where are we going?

    We encourage authors to include Research Resource Identifiers (RRIDs) within the materials and methods section of their papers and invited Anita Bandrowski to discuss why.
  2. A message from the eLife Early-Career Advisory Group

    In our recent video, hear why the eLife Early-Career Advisory Group feel "it's time to change what we value in science".
  3. Plain-language Summaries: Results of the 2016 eLife digest reader survey

    A survey of over 300 people reveals what our readers really think of eLife digests.
  4. Innovation: Collaborating to devise the future executable article

    Researchers, developers, and our own publishing and product teams gathered to help define the computationally reproducible research article of tomorrow.
  5. Media coverage: First results of cancer reproducibility project released

    The Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology aims to assess reproducibility in cancer biology and identify what influences its success or failure in science more generally.
  6. 500 reviews for eLife have been recorded on Publons

    In May 2015, we started to encourage our editors and reviewers to use Publons, and there has been healthy interest in this service, with more than 500 peer reviews for eLife now recorded.
  7. Consultative peer-review, from the reviewers’ perspective

    With the end of 2016 drawing near, we would like to take the opportunity to share the views of our reviewers.
  8. News for early careers: Giving early-career researchers the floor

    We are launching a new programme of monthly webinars to give early-career researchers in the life and biomedical sciences a platform to share opportunities and explore issues around building a successful research career.
  9. Materials for publishers on eLife Continuum

    We discuss the features, requirements and capabilities of our new publishing platform, eLife Continuum, with the publishing community.