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Welcome Natalie and Christopher—two new faces join the Overleaf team
By John Hammersley
Natalie Jonk and Christopher Hoskin
Natalie Jonk and Christopher Hoskin both joined Overleaf in the first week of April 2018, as Community Manager and Senior Software Developer respectively.

Overleaf has grown immensely since John and I first started out over five years ago, and today I'm delighted to announce the arrival of two new team members who bring a wealth of experience and expertise in their respective areas.

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Tip of the Week: Overleaf and Reference Managers
By Ryan Looney

You can use your favorite reference manager with Overleaf. We have direct integrations with Mendeley and Zotero, and you can easily upload a .bib file from other services.

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The University of Edinburgh provides premium Overleaf accounts to students and faculty
By Mary Anne Baynes

Overleaf is happy to announce a partnership with The University of Edinburgh to provide all the university’s students, faculty and staff with Overleaf Pro+Teach accounts: delivering innovative scholarly authorship technology via an easy-to-access custom authoring portal:

Screenshot showing the University of Edinburgh authoring portal on Overleaf.
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Happy Birthday! 5 Years of Docker at Overleaf
By John Lees-Miller

This week is Docker’s 5th birthday, so we thought we’d mark the occasion with a rundown of how we’ve been using this great technology at Overleaf. Overleaf also celebrated its 5th birthday at the start of this year, and we’ve been using Docker since its very early days.

Cartoon showing Docker mascots and a birthday cake with the number 5

Image credit: Docker Inc.

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Guest blog post: LaTeX for the humanities
Lars Christian Jensen, Department of Design and Communication, University of Southern Denmark

In this Guest Post, Lars Christian Jensen of the Department of Design and Communication at the University of Southern Denmark shares his insight and experience of using LaTeX within the humanities and offers some helpful guidance for encouraging colleagues and co-authors to give LaTeX a try.

Cartoon showing a researcher confused by LaTeX

Image credit: Nathalie Schümchen

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