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How do I use ResearchGate?

ResearchGate connects you with other researchers, helps you discover content valuable to your work, and lets you make your own research visible. Heres how: Add your current project to your profile to share updates and get feedback on what youre working on

Why did we start ResearchGate?

We started ResearchGate in 2008 to address the problems we saw in the way science is created and shared. Our mission is to connect the world of science and make research open to all. The 20 million researchers in our community come from diverse sectors in over 190 countries, and use ResearchGate to connect, collaborate, and share their work.

How do I find Dois on ResearchGate?

Note: The search bar at the top of every ResearchGate page supports DOIs, allowing you to quickly find and identify a publication when you have its DOI. How do I request a full-text?

What is ResearchGates mission?

Our mission is to connect the world of science and make research open to all. The 20 million researchers in our community come from diverse sectors in over 190 countries, and use ResearchGate to connect, collaborate, and share their work.

If you’re not a researcher you can still browse ResearchGate and discover content such as publications, jobs, and questions without being registered. Why has my account request been denied?

How do I generate a ResearchGate DOI for a research item?

Note: Once a ResearchGate DOI has been generated for a research item, you’re no longer able to edit that research item. Instead, you should remove the research completely, re-upload it with the edits and generate a new DOI. Go to your Research tab. Select the research item you would like to generate a DOI for by clicking on its title.

What are Dois and how do I find them?

DOIs include the publishing date of your research, to make sure you get the credit you deserve. The search bar at the top of every ResearchGate page supports DOIs, allowing you to quickly find and identify a publication when you know its DOI. Please note: Once a ResearchGate DOI has been generated, the research item can no longer be edited.

Why is ResearchGate now generating DOIs for content?

ResearchGate is now generating DOIs for content. And that’s started to generate interesting conversations among those in the know. Here’s why: DOIs are unique, persistent identifiers that publishers and repositories issue for their content, with the understanding that URLs break all the time.

How do I search for research items on ResearchGate?

How do I search for research items on ResearchGate? Simply type the name of the researcher, project, research item, or question you’re looking for in the search bar at the top of any ResearchGate page and press Enter.

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