Thomson Reuters Helps Connect Researchers to Research across Its Scientific Literature Ecosystem with the Integration of the ORCID Registry

The IP & Science business of Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading provider of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, today announced its initiative to incorporate ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) identifiers into its scientific and scholarly research offerings, ensuring that users of resources such as ResearcherID and ScholarOne Manuscripts are able to incorporate their unique IDs into the attribution and publishing process. The system provides a central registry of researchers across disciplines and geographic boundaries, connecting researchers to their research.

Thomson Reuters is a founding member of the ORCID initiative, having worked closely with the organization since inception in 2009 to develop and define the principles for this program. Given its contribution to the genesis of ORCID, Thomson Reuters is committed to ensuring its flagship solutions incorporate ORCID technology and make it easily accessible.