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Dean of the School of Business Ingmar Björkman was awarded a beautiful orchid as a prize for winning the competition.

Last year we had ORCID competition between Aalto University schools. The school that would add the highest amount of ORCID identifiers to researchers’ ACRIS profiles was promised fame, honor and a prize.

The amount of ORCIDs increased in all schools during the competition. Eventually the winner was School of Business where the amount of ORCIDs in ACRIS profiles quadrupled. Congratulations!

Altogether about 16% of Aalto University researchers have added ORCID to their ACRIS profiles.

Dean of the School of Business Ingmar Björkman was awarded a beautiful orchid as a prize for winning the competition.

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