A veritable who’s who of funders worldwide, the Crossref Funder Registry is a unique taxonomy of grant-giving organizations.
A , this registry lists funders and their unique identifiers. It is CC-0 and available to integrate with your own systems.
The registry is donated by Elsevier and updated approximately monthly with new funders. Existing entries are also reviewed to make sure that they are accurate and up to date. If you spot anything that doesn’t look right please get in touch10分快三 and let us know. You can also file of the Funder Registry.
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10分快三There are many benefits of clear, transparent and measurable information on who funded research and where it has been published:
Authors acknowledge the funding sources for their research in their publications. Using the Funder Registry, publishers can clearly identify the funders who backed the research, standardize this metadata and .
10分快三We can then make it openly available through and our .
Publishers: collect funder names and grant IDs from authors via your submission system, or extract them from acknowledgements sections. Match the names with the corresponding funder IDs from the Registry, and add these three additional pieces of metadata - funder name, funder id, and grant id - to your regular Crossref deposits.
Funders: You can view the content that has cited your funding by entering your organization’s name into . If you prefer a machine-readable query use our REST API. If you have questions about how your organization appears in the registry then please get in touch. There’s also more information on the funder registry and our other services on our funder community page and on how funders can register DOIs for grants.
There are no member fees for depositing funding data. Funding data search and our REST API are freely available.
Publishers must include the Funder ID from the Registry for each funder if it is present in the Registry.