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  1. Research Communication: Ways to increase equity, diversity and inclusion

    Devang Mehta et al.
    ​​ The eLife Early-Career Advisory Group calls for radical changes at eLife and other journals to make science more diverse and inclusive.
    Editorial
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  2. Meta-Research: A 10-year follow-up study of sex inclusion in the biological sciences

    Nicole C Woitowich et al.
    Sex-inclusive research practices have increased in many biological disciplines over the past decade, yet critical sex-based analyses and reporting have remained stagnant in most of these disciplines.
    1. Genetics and Genomics

    Mutations primarily alter the inclusion of alternatively spliced exons

    Pablo Baeza-Centurion et al.
    Deep mutagenesis reveals that mutations rarely alter the inclusion of highly-included exons.
    1. Neuroscience

    Decreased motor cortex excitability mirrors own hand disembodiment during the rubber hand illusion

    Francesco della Gatta et al.
    An illusion in which individuals feel that their own hand no longer belongs to them may reflect a temporary reduction in the brain’s ability to control the movement of the hand.
  3. Workforce diversity: Strategies for cultivating inclusion in research

    The organizers of a recent symposium on diversity challenges in science, technology, engineering and math outline approaches to improve diversity and inclusion across all career stages.
    1. Neuroscience

    Pupillometry: Consciousness reflected in the eyes

    Woon Ju Park et al.
    People with higher autistic traits display stronger fluctuations in pupil size when presented with an optical illusion.
    Insight
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    1. Cell Biology
    2. Developmental Biology

    Philosophy of Biology: The analysis of living systems can generate both knowledge and illusions

    Antony M Jose
    By thinking about experimental techniques in terms of six broad approaches – perturbation, visualization, substitution, characterization, reconstitution, and simulation – researchers may be able to generate more reliable inferences.
  4. Early-career Reviewers: Reflections on focused inclusion in reviews at eLife

    We explore what happened when nine eLife Reviewing Editors explicitly included early-career reviewers in the review process.
  5. The TIGERS at a meeting in 2019

    Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: TIGER in STEMM

    Izzy Jayasinghe talks about efforts to change the system for funding research in the UK and make academic culture more inclusive, accessible and diverse.
  6. eLife Latest: We sign joint commitment for action on inclusion and diversity in publishing

    Working together is key in driving positive change within scholarly publishing.

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