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The funder-researcher collaboration and open-access journal for the very best in life sciences and biomedical research.
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eLife Community Jun 21
How can we best evaluate researchers? Our speakers will share their policies next
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Which mosquitoes can carry ? Hear how researchers are tackling this question in our
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Madhu Pai, MD,PhD Jun 23
Tuberculosis innovations mean little if they cannot save lives via cc
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eLife - the journal Jun 23
eLife 2.0 treats research categories like mini homepages in their own right. Keep up-to-date with here
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eLife - the journal Jun 23
The reviewers felt Chan et al. had made "an important step forward to [understanding] cell packings in the fly eye"
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eLife - the journal Jun 23
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ICYMI pioneer neurog1-expressing cells ingress into the otic epithelium and instruct neuronal specification
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eLife - the journal Jun 23
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We do. This webinar gave tips on how to handle the challenges involved in setting up your first lab
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eLife - the journal Jun 23
Oxytocin in the central amygdala makes a mother rat willing to endanger her life to protect her offspring
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eLife Community Jun 22
A joint course run by & promotes collaboration and creativity in doctoral students
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Fred Hutch Jun 21
'Wtf?' A gene that makes poison & antidote drove yeast , study from &
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eLife - the journal Jun 22
Mice without gut microbiota are more sensitive to visceral pain
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eLife - the journal Jun 22
Laboratory mice can do fine without over half a megabase of the DNA upstream of the Myc gene
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eLife - the journal Jun 22
The reviewers felt that Paulino et al. added significant new information about a topic of intense recent interest
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eLife - the journal Jun 22
PP2C enzymes remove phosphate groups from proteins. How do cells control them?
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eLife - the journal Jun 22
135 years after phagocytes were discovered in starfish, echinoderms still have much to tell us about immune systems
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eLife - the journal Jun 21
Meet the gene family from yeast that cheats Mendel
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eLife Innovation Jun 20
We took a first approach when redesigning the online science journal
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eLife - the journal Jun 21
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ICYMI presynaptic LRP4 promotes synapse number and function of excitatory neurons in the fruit fly brain
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eLife - the journal Jun 21
Discover the eLife authors that made last month's headlines
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Babraham Institute Jun 20
Join us for the next webinar with discussing their views on researcher evaluation
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