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Innovation: Imagining the tools of the future at Hack Cambridge Recurse
Nearly 300 coders gathered in Cambridge to tackle set challenges including transforming research communication with technology.
Innovation: Collaboration and creativity at the heart of the eLife Innovation Sprint 2018
On May 10 and 11, 62 community members designed and developed for open science at the eLife Innovation Sprint.
Innovation Leaders 2020: Meet our mentors and experts
We introduce the mentors and experts supporting our new mentorship and open leadership training programme.
Innovation Sprint 2020: Design, test, learn, repeat
We reflected on the first two iterations of the eLife Innovation Sprint, and are ready to share our plans for the next.
Introducing Innovation Leaders 2020
We invite you to join our mentorship programme designed for innovators in open science and research communication.
Innovation: eLife challenges Hack24 participants to envision a new future for science on the web
eLife returns to Hack24 with a new challenge for 2018.
Apply now for the eLife Innovation Sprint 2019
The second edition of the Innovation Sprint will take place September 4-5 in Cambridge, UK.
Prototyping tools to improve the understanding of science
We challenged hackers to produce prototypes in 24 hours at Hack24 2018.
Genetics and Genomics
A variant-centric perspective on geographic patterns of human allele frequency variation
Arjun Biddanda et al.
New tools for visualizing population genetic data can provide a more direct understanding of levels of differentiation among human populations.
Episode 29: May 2016
In this episode we hear about parasitic worms, dog tumours, epilepsy, DNA sequencing classes and social behaviour in mice.
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