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    Open-Source Community Call: the latest technology updates in open research communication

    Innovators share the latest updates and opportunities in the open-source space for research communication and publishing.
  2. 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.
  3. SmartFigure toolset

    SmartFigures Dashboard and Editor: tools for quick and easy research communication

    An open tool stack for collaboratively authoring and sharing interoperable, discoverable scientific figures.
  4. Peer Review: Implementing a "publish, then review" model of publishing

    Michael B Eisen et al.
    From July 2021 eLife will only review manuscripts already published as preprints, and will focus its editorial process on producing public reviews to be posted alongside the preprints.
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  5. Research Culture: Virtual conferences raise standards for accessibility and interactions

    Sarvenaz Sarabipour
    Virtual conferences benefit the scientific community by increasing the number and diversity of attendees compared to in-person conferences, and by being less time consuming, more economic and environmentally friendly.
  6. eLife and COVID-19: Keeping communications open with online research talks

    eLife hosts online seminars to support early-career researchers to present their research online instead of in person.
  7. Annual Report: 2019 in review

    We reflect on eLife’s efforts to transform research communication through improvements to science publishing, technology and research culture.
  8. Meta-Research: The growth of acronyms in the scientific literature

    Adrian Barnett, Zoe Doubleday
    A study of 24 million articles has revealed that scientists have created more than 1 million acronyms since 1950, most of which have been used fewer than 10 times.
  9. Meta-Research: Reader engagement with medical content on Wikipedia

    Lauren A Maggio et al.
    Readers of health and medicine Wikipedia pages are more likely to hover over and view footnotes than other readers, but less likely to view the hyperlinked sources in these footnotes.
  10. Early-Career Advisory Group: Introducing the latest members

    Five new recruits start a two-year term to catalyse broad reform in journals publishing and research communication.

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