1. What is ORCID?

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    Names are not enough to ensure credit for your work and are inadequate for reliably connecting researchers with their research outputs. Learn how the ORCID identifier can ensure that your publications, datasets, and other research outputs are connected with you every time. Register for your unique and free ORCID iD at http://orcid.org/register.

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    • An introduction to figshare

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      #openscience

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      • Corporate movie of the Cité internationale universitaire de Paris (subtitled in English)

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        The Cité internationale universitaire de Paris is a foundation closely associated to the Universities of Paris. Dedicated to the welcoming of forein students, researchers, athletes and artists, it annually hosts 12,000 residents from 130 nationalities, in 40 houses created at the initiative of a country, school or sponsor. The Cité internationale universitaire de Paris works closely with all countries on the site. In Houses, the melting pot of nationalities and disciplines promotes the exchange and meetings. Discover this unique place. www.ciup.fr © Cité internationale universitaire de Paris | 2012

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        • Managing Research Data

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          Digital Curation Centre - Managing research data. A look at where we are and what needs to be done.

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          • VIVO: Enabling national networking of scientists

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            VIVO, an open semantic web application, lets you discover researchers and expertise in any discipline, and it enables collaboration and understanding within an institution or among many different institutions.

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            • Behind the Science (2012)

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              “Behind the Science” began with an intuition of Elena Cattaneo. She had been involved in my first documentary film, “Salamander - Cells of Hope”, in which I tried to capture the real life of her research laboratory. I spent 2 months filming silently, as a “fly on the wall”, every single moment of everyday life in her laboratory and talking with young researchers. It did not have to be a classical scientific documentary, but a social documentary on research. Elena liked the idea of an "experimental" film. So a few weeks after the presentation of the film at “Vedere la Scienza Festival” in Milan, she asked me if a different experiment was possible: making a documentary film on the aspects, steps and goals of creating and maintaining a large international research consortium. The idea was to show that being accountable, having a good management, training young scientists to communicate, and communicating to the public are important aspects of everyday life of a scientist. We tried to make visible how tightly connected science and management are, and how important it is that scientists pay attention to management, administration and communication in order to increase the impact of science in our society. This transformation of the scientist into a scientist-manager is an opportunity to develop further resources that can increase citizens’ participation in science. We hope our film will tell those stories. Enjoy the film!

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              • Breath test may detect diseases

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                Verizon FiOS1 Long Island news report on Stony Brook University researchers developing a breath device that may be able to test for diabetes, cancer, asthma and even lung cancer. View a related LIBN.com article at http://libn.com/blog/2010/09/30/ston-brook-researchers-build-breath-test/

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                • 439 The Launch of the ADB Open Access Repository

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                  ADB launched its Open Access Repository in February 2015. Beginning with more recent content, the intention is to put online material that goes back to the early days of ADB. Author profiles are in the making too; authors will see their material collected in one place and learn of key metrics such as views, downloads, and citations. Amazon-like features will be adopted, such as "likes" and "ratings" as well as recommendations.

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                  • WorldWideScience.org

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                    Video about easy access to global information through WorldWideScience.org, narrated by Brian Hitson, Associate Director, Office of Scientific and Technical Information

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                    • Eldbjørg Raknes - Opening

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                      NTNU Researchers' Night 2011 at Rockheim Visuals by Pekka Stokke http://www.ntnu.no/forskningsdagene/night

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                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."