Open Science at CERN: Home
Welcome to the CERN Open Science portal
At CERN, we believe that the practice of open science is key to delivering on our organizational mission: to perform world-class research in fundamental physics at the forefront of human knowledge; provide a unique range of particle accelerator facilities that enable this research, educate the next generation of scientists; and unite people from all over the world to push the frontiers of science and technology, for the benefit of all.
Supported by long-term financial investments from its Member and Associate Member States, with significant contributions also from non-Member States, CERN is committed to the advancement of science and wide dissemination of knowledge by adopting practices to make scientific research more open, global, collaborative and responsive to societal changes. By embracing open science, we aim to cultivate a dynamic and evolving ecosystem of initiatives, projects and interoperable technologies to maximise the global impact of our research.
Ever since the open access (OA) publication of peer-reviewed primary research articles from CERN authors was made a policy requirement in 2014, CERN has made great strides forward in opening its
The Large Hadron Collider Beauty (LHCb) experiment at CERN is the world’s leading experiment in quark flavour physics with a broad particle physics programme. Its data from Runs 1 and 2 of the Large
All proton-proton data collected by the CMS experiment during LHC Run-1 (2010-2012) are now available through the CERN Open Data Portal. Today’s release of 491 TB of collision data collected during