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  1. Cutting Edge: Science hackathons for developing interdisciplinary research and collaborations

    Derek Groen, Ben Calderhead
    Science hackathons can help academics, particularly those in the early stage of their careers, to build collaborations and write research proposals.
  2. Cutting Edge: Using mobile sequencers in an academic classroom

    Sophie Zaaijer et al.
    A university genomics class provides detailed examples of how to design and execute Oxford Nanopore MinION hackathons as part of an academic curriculum.
  3. Innovation: eLife challenges Hack24 participants to transform research communication with technology

    In March, eLife sponsored Hack24, a 24-hour hackathon in Nottingham, UK, involving 150 participants.
    1. Computational and Systems Biology

    Cutting Edge: Anatomy of BioJS, an open source community for the life sciences

    Guy Yachdav et al.
    Community nurturing is the single most important factor in determining the sustainability of an open source project such as BioJS.
    1. Cell Biology

    Science Forum: Vision, challenges and opportunities for a Plant Cell Atlas

    Plant Cell Atlas Consortium et al.
    A Plant Cell Atlas that shows the location and organization of molecules at cellular and tissue levels could have far-reaching consequences for plant sciences.
    1. Evolutionary Biology
    2. Genetics and Genomics

    Highly contiguous assemblies of 101 drosophilid genomes

    Bernard Y Kim et al.
    One hundred one high-quality drosophilid genomes are released, along with low-cost assembly workflows, as an open community resource for studying genetics, ecology, and evolution in this important model system.
  4. Annual Report: 2019 in review

    We reflect on eLife’s efforts to transform research communication through improvements to science publishing, technology and research culture.
  5. Group of people celebrating

    How DIY communities are pushing the frontiers of science

    Lucy Patterson reports back from Science Hack Day Berlin
  6. Hacking new tools for knowledge discovery

    At Hack Cambridge Recurse, the eXplore, Knowledge Direct and SciChat projects piqued our interest.
  7. Innovation Sprint 2019

    Innovation Sprint 2019: Project roundup

    From web tools to drive forward research discovery, citation and evaluation, to literature curation and knowledge extraction, we showcase the projects developed at this year’s Innovation Sprint.

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