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The PID-optimized Research Lifecycle is one in which persistent identifiers are registered, used, and shared at all points. To be most effective, PIDs would not only be created for the people, places and things associated with research, but would also be collected and used by funders, institutions and publishers, at the earliest possible point in the process. For example; ORCID IDs for researchers would be captured by funders grant application, grant IDs captured by institutions immediately thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.4991733 fatcat:4ik4j2njb5gzrjv34vc4ls2hgi