Inside eLife


  1. Statement from plurality of eLife editors

    An open letter signed by more than 200 eLife editors affirms the importance of open, respectful disagreements and robust discussion as pillars of eLife's scientific mission.
  2. Statement of the eLife Board of Directors

    The board of eLife, which governs the organisation, has made the decision to replace our Editor-in-Chief.
  3. Mental Health in Mexico: A survey of researchers in academia

    eLife Ambassador Christian Molina-Aguilar and his team of collaborators have created a survey to shed light on the experiences of researchers in Mexico in relation to their mental health and wellbeing.
  4. Annual Report: 2022 in review

    We reflect on a momentous year for eLife as we reached key milestones in our mission to transform research communication.
  5. eLife New Model at Six Months: An ICOR analysis

    Explore data from the first six months of the new model and how it aligns with eLife’s goals.
  6. Ben Barres Spotlight Awards: Announcing the winners for 2023

    A record fourteen researchers, including three Reviewed Preprint authors, have been recognised with awards to catalyse change and unlock new opportunities.
    1. Developmental Biology
    2. Neuroscience

    Publishing with eLife: Author Subhash Kulkarni’s experience

    A recent Reviewed Preprint author tells us about their experience of publishing in the new model.
  7. Early-Career Advisory Group: Meet our new members for 2023

    We welcome three new members to our Early-Career Advisory Group, working to reform research communication and culture.
  8. African Reproducibility Network (AREN): Ambassadors bridging the gaps in open science adoption and advocacy across Africa

    Led by Emmanuel Boakye, our African Ambassadors and colleagues have created a continent-wide reproducibility network to improve and advocate for open science practices and research reproducibility across Africa.