This is a must-read! We had the chance to talk to Prachee Avasthi, president of ASAPBio, who answered all our questions about preprints. She showed us how we can get involved in the publishing and reviewing process of preprints, and how it can benefit us all!
Do you ever feel lost trying to stay on top of the latest research-related softwares, programs and websites? In this post, we share the work of James Ducker, a PhD student who created a synthesised resource database that contains several useful links, especially for early career scientists.
Ewoud is one of our newest editors, and he is a jewel. He has moved all over the world on a quest to stay up to speed with cutting-edge microscopy techniques. Living in different environments has helped him gain a broad understanding of the scientific culture and a drive to help improve it.
Devang has been a key member of our editorial team, transforming ecrLife into the diverse and active space it is. He has helped so much, using diverse platforms, in helping early career researcher find and amplify their voice. Above all, he himself has been a very inspirational voice for many of us.
In our mission to show you who the young scientists behind the ecrLife scenes are, we would like to introduce you to Carolina Makowski, one of the editors who has been with us since ecrLife's beginning! She has unbridled energy and is active on many levels within the research community! Enjoy.
The ecrLife editorial family has grown, and we would like to take the chance of getting to know each other a bit better. In the following weeks, our editors will be sharing their motivations and dreams as young scientists. This week, for all of you with love: Antonia de Maio.
Succeeding as an ECR means overcoming challenges, but we should all have equal opportunity to achieve our goals. Realizing that much needs to be done to make our scientific environment more inclusive, ecrLife is creating a space to share experiences and ideas to make science more accessible