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Wednesday, January 27 • 15:00 - 15:30
How PIDs have made my life easy and what could be improved

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As a millennial scientist, I “grew up” with PIDs and I was not fully aware that they were a relatively recent addition to the world of science. DOIs and ORCIDs were PIDs I took for granted because they were already around -or recently implemented- when I started my career. Even though PIDs have made my entire career very easy, there is always room for improvement. I will give my perspective as a scientist in academia on why I love PIDs and what could be improved.

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Alice Meadows

Co-Founder, MoreBrains
I'm one of four Co-Founders of the MoreBrains Cooperative, a consultancy that specializes in and shares the values of open research, with a focus on scholarly communications, and research information management, policy, and infrastructures. After working part-time at MoreBrains since... Read More →

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Adriana Romero-Olivares

Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University
Dr. Romero-Olivares is a soil microbiologist who works at the intersection of ecosystem ecology and evolution. She is interested in understanding how microbes respond and adapt to environmental stress. Her overall research goal is to better understand and plan for ecosystem-scale... Read More →

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