APS and CERN make LHC articles Open Access (July 6, 2010)
APS and CERN are pleased to announce that the initial experimental results from the LHC published in Physical Review Letters and Physical Review will be made available Open Access and under a Creative Commons license, for all interested parties to read and reuse. With this gesture, APS and CERN acknowledge the fundamental significance of the work being performed by these large international collaborations.
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