ORCID’s record holders comprise researchers, scholars, and anyone else who finds value in having an ORCID iD. In the ten years since ORCID’s inception, we have emerged as the community […]
The acronym FAIR stands for the principles of Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability, which are increasingly adopted guidelines to improve the reuse of research and other scholarly data. Since the […]
ORCID is committed to keeping the researcher in the center of everything we do, and our newly launched Researcher Advisory Council (ORAC) was created to help us keep that commitment.
This blog post is the third and final in the Five Years of the ORCID Trust Program series, where we discuss the value of a well-populated ORCID record to the […]
*This post was was authored by scite co-founder and CEO, Josh Nicholson. As a researcher, it’s important to be able to check how a scientific article has been cited—and to […]