Discover open linked research.

A comprehensive and open dataset of research information covering 145M publications, 18M research data, 304K research software items, from 110K data sources, linked to 3M grants and 178K organizations.
All linked together through citations and semantics.
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Share your research.

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Deposit your research.

Whether it’s publications, data or software, select an OpenAIRE compatible repository and share using community standards. Alternatively use Zenodo, a catch-all repository hosted by CERN. All results will be indexed, discoverable and accessible via EXPLORE.

Link your work.

Connect all your research. If you can't find your research results in OpenAIRE, don't worry! Use our Link service, that reaches out to many external sources via APIs, and claim them to your Grant or ORCID. Use the service to provide meaningful links between publications-datasets-software.

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Deposit your research.

Whether it’s publications, data or software, select an OpenAIRE compatible repository and share using community standards. Alternatively use Zenodo, a catch-all repository hosted by CERN. All results will be indexed, discoverable and accessible via EXPLORE.

Link your work.

Connect all your research. If you can't find your research results in OpenAIRE, don't worry! Use our Link service, that reaches out to many external sources via APIs, and claim them to your Grant or ORCID. Use the service to provide meaningful links between publications-datasets-software.

Linked Open Research.

EXPLORE is built on the OpenAIRE Research Graph, one of the largest open scholarly record collections worldwide. Conceived as a public and transparent good, populated out of data sources trusted by scientists, the OpenAIRE Research Graph brings discovery, monitoring, and assessment of science back in the hands of the scientific community.
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Within a constantly emerging scholarly communication environment, the OpenAIRE Research Graph is a moving target, continuously integrating new sources, new types or research objects, and embedding access measures. We therefore welcome the community to work with us to improve all its aspects: its coverage (geographic and thematic), quality (disambiguation and semantics) and access (APIs).
Find information about the OpenAIRE Research Graph, how to test it and contribute to improving it.

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