The Academic Family Tree
Building a single, interdisciplinary academic genealogy
 

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What's new:

Apr 8, 2017: We've implemented a new archiving system that should streamline our ability to roll back edits and deletes, which involved substantial changes in the backend database. Superficial changes are minimal, but please let us know if you observe any strange behavior following edits or deletes. Eventually this system will allow us to open up edit access to standard users rather than restricting it to users with editor status. Thanks for your patience!

Mar 30, 2017: Funding data imported from the Federal RePORTER (Star Metrics) system are now linked to researchers in the Academic Family Tree. We've implemented a verification system for linking PIs to grants that similar the the system we've had in place for publications. Note that the Star Metrics database primarily contains data from NIH and NSF, so biomedical research is better represented than other fields. This new resource was funded by the NSF SciSIP Program. Your feedback appreciated!

Jan 24, 2017: We've finally shifted the academictree.org and neurotree.org web server from using non-encrypted http to an encrypted https protocol. The transition appears to have gone smoothly, but please let us know if you notice any problems.

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