Denny Vrandečić
View the researcher profile for the Semantic Web researcher Denny Vrandečić. It shows his papers, co-authors, etc.
Technical University of Denmark
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Public Library of Science
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Zika virus
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Technical University of Denmark and UCL
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Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler and Ruben Verborgh
Compare three Semantic Web researchers.


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Look up by Twitter username @utafrith. This will identify the London-based researcher Uta Frith and redirect to her Scholia page.
Redirect also works for organizations, here MIT Press
Lookup 0000-0001-7542-0286 that is identifying Egon Willighagen.
Redirect via GitHub username, here @vedina to Nina Jeliazkova.
Redirect via a DOI.
Redirect via VIAF identifier, here to Ben Feringa


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