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The Power of the Pure -ORCID Connection

Join Elsevier, ORCID and Professor Thomas Ryberg from Aalborg University on March 7, 2016 for webinar on how Pure and ORCID’s new collaboration is helping the research community.
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Manya Buchan Pure Product Manager, Josh Brown ORCID Regional Director and Professor Thomas Ryberg from Aalborg University
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