Skip to Content
eLife home page
Submit my research
(via ORCID - An ORCID is a persistent digital identifier for researchers)
Browse the search results
Page 2 of 733
Episode 52: December 2018
In this episode, we hear about how flies taste salt, animal personalities, fossil flowers and flying squirrels, and the impact of climate change on seal pups.
Episode 26: December 2015
In this episode we hear about heat-seeking behaviour in mosquitos, mass spawning in coral reefs, social organization in ants, fear in rats and tissue regeneration in newts.
Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology
Edited by Roger J Davis et al.
Investigating reproducibility in preclinical cancer research.
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Mechanistic Microbiome Studies: A Special Issue
Edited by Wendy S Garrett et al.
eLife is pleased to present a Special Issue to highlight recent advances in the mechanistic understanding of microbiome function.
Episode 60: September 2019
In this episode we hear about how sex makes female bees go blind, the cost of unnecessary medical procedures, how birds can fly over the Himalayas, an eLife author's trip to space and more.
Mental Health in Academia
Edited by Elsa Loissel et al.
How can the scientific community support researchers with mental health issues?
Episode 30: June 2016
In this episode we hear about drug production, early career researchers, honeybees, human migrations and pain.
Episode 5: October 2013
In this episode we hear about how chimpanzees use conceptual metaphors, hyperactive sperm, the use of bacteria to estimate the time of death, stem cells and smoking, and a new type of bacteria.
Episode 32: September 2016
In this episode we hear about ancient proteins, aging mice, mosquito nets, resourceful plants and cocktail party conversations.
Episode 34: December 2016
In this episode we hear about fossil footprints, taking medical research to the clinic, sleepy flies, team-working ants and diversity in science.
Be the first to read new articles from eLife
Sign up for alerts
Please leave this field empty
Back to top