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To mark Trans Awareness Week 2019, the LGBT+ Staff Network at the Press is raising the Trans Pride flag for the first time at the offices in Cambridge.
12 November 2019
Cambridge Dictionary has announced upcycling, the activity of making new items out of old or used things, as Word of the Year 2019.
6 November 2019
The Press is launching a crowdfunding campaign to make one of its upcoming books freely available to all
24 October 2019
The Press marks international Open Access Week with two announcements
21 October 2019
A new open access journal from Cambridge University Press, published in partnership with The Nutrition Society, will explore the vital interaction between people and the complex community of microorganisms that live in our digestive systems.
14 October 2019
A new journal from Cambridge University Press will take a radical new approach to both publishing and peer reviewing research.
18 September 2019
Publisher invites academics to help shape development of its new early research and collaboration service
29 July 2019
A continuing focus on digital products and services has helped Cambridge University Press to a year of strong growth while pursuing its mission to advance learning, knowledge and research.
26 July 2019
Bringing together the very best educational experts to discuss topics affecting teachers around the world
19 July 2019
The winners of the very first Technology-enabled Learning Prize - created by Cambridge University Press - have been announced.
28 June 2019
A new Open Access journal will explore the role of data science in shaping government policy – and its possible impact on privacy and public trust. Data & Policy is the result of a collaboration between Cambridge University Press and the annual Data for Policy conference, being held this year at UCL on 11-12 June.
11 June 2019
One third of the publisher’s journals will require researchers to register
31 May 2019
Zaidi’s book, based on her prize-winning essay, will be published by Cambridge University Press
29 May 2019
Find out what Khadija Raza learned during her week of work experience at the Press
16 May 2019