Open Science Week | September 13-17
Celebrating open science and its impact
Now in its second year, Open Science Week is a celebration of open science in all its forms, calling attention to scientists and organizations who share their tools, resources and data openly to accelerate research and discovery. This annual celebration, founded and coordinated by the Allen Institute, takes place during the third week of September.
Open science can’t happen without a community. We at the Allen Institute are committed to sharing our data and other resources publicly and openly because we believe science is better when we all combine forces, ultimately benefitting humanity faster. This year, we’re happy to highlight many other organizations who are making a big impact in open science.
Use #OpenScienceWeek to join the conversation.
This year, we are proud to feature the following collaborators and partner organizations committed to open science.
In the News
Celebrate Open Science Week with the Allen Institute and available open datasets
September 13, 2021
Read how we are teaming up with Amazon Web Services to share our data with the world.
Open educator resources
September 9, 2021
The Allen Institute is known for our commitment to open science – sharing our data and analysis tools freely with the scientific community. Our resources can also help educators provide real-world and cutting-edge science experiences for their students.
Open for (cell) science tutorials
September 8, 2021
Join us for a series of tutorials showcasing open resources from the Allen Cell Explorer.
Open Science Week Videos
September 8, 2020
We've been openly sharing our data since day one. Hear open science thoughts and input from members of our community.
Open for (neuro)science: tutorials and symposium
March 8, 2021
Hands-on tutorials to help you get started with finding, accessing, and analyzing selected open resources available at brain-map.org to support your research.
Open datasets can support virtual science education
September 15, 2020
Science teachers are turning to the Allen Institute’s online resources to build virtual experiments and prepare students for real-world research.