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  1. Webinar report: eLife's peer-review process explained

    In a recent webinar, eLife Deputy Editor Detlef Weigel talked in depth about our consultative peer-review process and its benefits for authors and reviewers.
  2. Peer Review: Final results from a trial at eLife

    A new approach to peer review resulted in a moderately higher acceptance rate, with all the issues raised by reviewers addressed by the authors in the vast majority of revised submissions.
  3. Peer Review Week 2019: Thank you to our reviewers for their contributions

    Over the past 12 months, more than 5,000 researchers participated in eLife’s consultative peer-review process, evaluating more than 2,600 full submissions.
  4. Meta-research: Researchers study implicit bias in peer review

    eLife editors and staff are collaborating to better understand, and begin to address, bias in the outcomes of peer review.
  5. Peer Review: New initiatives to enhance the value of eLife’s process

    Michael Eisen, eLife’s Editor-in-Chief, reflects on lessons learned from a recent peer-review trial, and describes how eLife aims to make peer review more effective.
  6. Peer Review: Further results from a trial at eLife

    New approach to peer review results in slightly longer decision times and more appeals against decisions, but several other features of the review process, such as the ease of finding reviewers, remain unchanged.
  7. Peer Review: First results from a trial at eLife

    New approach to peer review proves popular with authors, with very similar acceptance rates for male and female last authors, but with higher acceptance rates for late-career researchers compared to their early- and mid-career colleagues.
  8. Early-career researchers: Views on peer review

    From evaluating statistics to the need for training, what do early-career researchers think about peer review?
  9. Announcement: eLife signs open letter on publication of peer review reports

    The open letter highlights the commitment of various journals and publishers to making peer review reports available, and encourages others to do the same.
  10. Meeting report: Visions and versions and the future of peer review

    Mark Patterson shares some perspectives after the recent ASAPbio meeting on Transparency, Recognition, and Innovation in Peer Review in the Life Sciences.