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Structural Biology and Molecular Biophysics
Membrane binding controls ordered self-assembly of animal septins
Agata Szuba et al.
Nanoscaleimaging reveals that animal septins form dense filamentous networks on biomimeticlipid membranes, explaining how septins may regulate cell surface rigidity.
Genetics and Genomics
Can education be personalised using pupils’ genetic data?
Tim T Morris et al.
Current polygenic scores for education do not provide accurate predictions of educational achievement above other data or at the individual level.
Computational and Systems Biology
Sodium channels implement a molecular leaky integrator that detects action potentials and regulates neuronal firing
Marco A Navarro et al.
Kinetic interactions between sodium channels and auxiliary factors create a molecular computational engine that can sense and regulate cellular excitability.
Open notebooks galore: The Structural Genomics Consortium
Over 20 researchers will show their support for open science by sharing their data and blogging about their research projects.
Innovator Story: The search for better solutions
Junseon Yoo, the founder of Pluto, explores the challenges and opportunities for better intellectual collaboration through building Scinapse.
eLife signs joint statement on impact of EU copyright reform on open science and innovation
The statement welcomes reform to the European copyright law and was signed jointly with several other stakeholders.
neuromatch: Algorithms to match scientists
We developed machine-learning algorithms to help connect scientists during online research conferences.
Early-Career Advisory Group: Reflecting on a year of activity
Over the past year, early-career researchers have built momentum on several initiatives and launched the eLife Ambassadors Programme and Reproducibility Workshops.
A reviewers' charter
Open access means a bright future for scientific research (The Guardian)
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