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Enhancing the positive synergies between the management of intellectual property (IP) and Open Science is key to boost knowledge valorisation. A new report, commissioned by the European Commission, provides recommendations for policy makers and for IPR practitioners on the promotion

of Open Science and its balance with IP protection for better knowledge dissemination to the benefit of all. Regarding open access to scientific publications, the report presents reflections to scope the principle ‘as open as possible, as closed as necessary’ in the context of an evolving and open research and innovation ecosystem.

A special example of combining open (fundamental) research in an international environment with impactful innovation and IP management is CERN, the world’s leading particle physics laboratory. CERN operates the world’s biggest particle accelerator, employs approx. 2600 people and receives some 11 000 visiting scientists every year, half of the world’s particle physicists. CERN is a pioneer in open access and an active participant in the European Open Science Cloud. As part of the mandate for scientific research, it has also an elaborate knowledge valorisation, entrepreneurship and IP policythat aims to maximise the positive impact of the knowledge and technologies developed at CERN on society.

CERN and the European Commission collaborate on knowledge transfer and intellectual property management. At the EU Knowledge Valorisation Week 2022, Giovanni Anelli, Knowledge Transfer Group Leader at CERN, explains the strategy of the international research organisation in an interview with Tadas Tumėnas, Lithuanian RDI Liaison Office LINO.