Tag Archives: ORCID

ORCID: Connecting Research and Researchers

On November 9, FASEB hosted a roundtable discussion for member societies and other community partners with representatives from ORCID, a not-for-profit that provides unique identifiers to researchers for use in their scholarly activities. In a November 15 blog post, NIH’s Deputy Director for Extramural Research Dr. Michael Lauer announced a new effort that integrates ORCID… Read More »

FASEB set to develop strategies for enhancing reproducibility

Experts representing scientific societies, government, and other non-profit organizations gathered at Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) headquarters on October 7 for the final session in a series of three roundtables on scientific rigor and research reproducibility. Based on the outcomes of the discussions, FASEB will develop a set of guidelines and best… Read More »

ORCID Requests Feedback in User Survey

ORCID, a non-profit registry of researchers, seeks feedback from the biomedical community. Since launching in 2012, more than 1.5 million researchers have registered for unique digital identifiers, allowing them to distinguish themselves and their research activities from others in the research community. There are currently more than 200 projects integrating ORCID data by funders, publishers,… Read More »