The AAF recently had the opportunity to speak to Dr Joe Shapter, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research Infrastructure) at the University of Queensland, about his experiences using ORCID. Dr Shapter attested to the immense time-saving benefits of connecting with ORCID: “It’s all about populate and re-use. If I want to put in an ARC grant now and include all of my research track record, it’s sitting there and ready to reuse and is being continually updated. This saved me 3-4 days per grant application – the difference in workload was staggering!”.

You can read the full interview in our article here.

Preparation of nanomaterials for Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) machine