Big things have small beginnings: the growth of the Open Funder Registry

« The Open Funder Registry plays a critical role in making sure that our members correctly identify the funding sources behind the research that they are publishing. It addresses a similar problem to the one that led to the creation of ORCID: researchers’ names are hard to disambiguate and are rarely unique; they get abbreviated, have spelling variations and change over time. (…) »

source >, Kirsty Meddings, 21 juillet 2019