eLife won’t reject papers once they are under review — what researchers think

Read the full story in Nature.

The non-profit open-access journal eLife has introduced a raft of changes to the way it publishes research. It will publish all papers that it sends for peer review, along with the reviewers’ reports. The move, announced last month, has had a mixed reception.

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