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Distinguish Yourself with an ORCID iD

Publishers / Journals Requiring an ORCID iD

A number of major publishers have committed to requiring ORCID iDs in the publishing process for their journals.  

The following publishers and journals now require all submitting and corresponding authors to provide an Open Researcher and Contributor identifier (ORCID iD), often at the peer-review stage: 

  • Wiley
  • The Royal Society
  • Royal Society of Chemistry
  • American Chemical Society
  • Springer Nature
  • ​PLOS
  • EMBO Press
  • American Geophysical Union
  • IEEE
  • Hindawi
  • Science journals
  • ScienceOpen
  • Frontiers
  • JMIR Publications
  • Grupo Cominicar Ediciones
  • Military Technical Courier
  • The Company of Biologists
  • IDEA (Instituto de Estudios Avanzados) de la Universidad de Santiago de Chile (USACH)
  • Faculty of 1000
  • Japan Epidemiological Association.

The open-access eLife journal is collecting ORCID iDs during its production process in addition to the peer-review stage. Contributing authors will now be required to provide their validated iDs at the proofing stage and gain access to their article proofs.