ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor Identification) is a non-profit organization that aims to provide any individual involved in research, scholarship, or innovation with a persistent and unique identifier - an ORCID iD.
ORCID iD is an author identifier that provides a reliable, unambiguous, and permanent link between your name(s) and your work throughout your research career. Publications, grants, education, employment, biographical information, and other items are included.
It is beneficial:
ORCID stands for Open Researcher and Contributor iD, and it is a unique digital identifier for researchers and scholars. An ORCID iD is a persistent, 16-digit number that distinguishes individual researchers and helps to connect them to their research contributions and affiliations.
ORCID iDs can be used to disambiguate researchers with similar or identical names, simplify grant and manuscript submissions, and facilitate the sharing and recognition of research outputs. ORCID iDs are widely recognized in the academic and research communities and are increasingly being required by funders, publishers, and institutions.
Researchers can create an ORCID iD for free, and it can be linked to their professional profiles, publications, grants, and other research outputs.
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