Motivating Participation in Open Science by Examining Researcher Incentives

30.10.2017

PREreview, A New Resource for the Collaborative Review of Preprints

25.10.2017

Decisions, Decisions

29.09.2017

eLife and Collaborative Knowledge Foundation Partner

20.09.2017

Reproducible Document Stack – Supporting the Next-Generation Research Article

09.09.2017

eLife Supports Development of Open Technology Stack for Publishing Reproducible Manuscripts Online

07.09.2017

The Readability of Scientific Texts Is Decreasing Over Time

06.09.2017

ReFigure – Connecting Scientific Insights Across the Web

23.08.2017

Science Beam - Using Computer Vision to Extract PDF Data

08.08.2017

ELife Joins Substance Consortium to Support Development of Open-Source Online Content-Editing Tools

26.07.2017

Understanding the Demand for Reproducible Research Articles

24.07.2017

Beyond Scoops to Best Practices

11.07.2017

Availability of Open Reference Data Nears 50% as Major Societies and Influential Publishers Endorse the Initiative for Open Citations

11.07.2017

ScienceFair - a New Desktop Science Library

03.07.2017

Welcome to eLife 2.0

31.05.2017

Inside eLife: Forking Software Used in ELife Papers to GitHub

24.04.2017

Setting your Cites on Open

07.04.2017

Composing Reproducible Manuscripts Using R Markdown

05.04.2017

Authors Can Now Submit a Preprint to BioRxiv While Submitting to eLife

24.03.2017

Gender Bias in Scholarly Peer Review

24.03.2017

Publication Bias and the Canonization of False Facts

04.01.2017

Five Suggestions for Substantial NIH Reforms

23.12.2016

eLife Appoints New Head of Technology to Lead Open-Source Tool Development

11.11.2016

Building a sustainable future for eLife

29.09.2016

What it costs to publish in eLife

11.08.2016

How open science helps researchers succeed

09.07.2016

Avoiding a lost generation of scientists

13.05.2016

In numbers we trust?

03.04.2014
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