Open Days lectures now available to watch online

The recent CERN Open Days hosted talks on topics from antimatter and the Higgs boson to the anthropology of science. Watch the talks online

At the recent CERN Open Days, theorists, physicists, experimentalists and even an anthropologist presented their work to the public in a series of talks.

The talks are now available to watch online. You can see the full list on CERN's YouTube channel. Please note the link below each video to the CERN Document Server, where you can watch a version of each talk showing the speakers' slides.

The lectures cover more than 20 topics from the invention of the World Wide Web and the discovery of the Higgs boson to CERN's antimatter experiments and the Large Hadron Collider.

So why not watch CERN theorist Michelangelo Mangano exploring open questions in physics? Or see Fabiola Gianotti explain how the Higgs boson can affect your life? Web pioneer Robert Cailliau, who developed the World Wide Web project with Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in 1989, speaks about the past and future of the web, and anthropologist Arpita Roy explores the motivations of the CERN community.

Watch talks from the CERN Open Days