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The journal Public Health Nutrition, is to become fully open access from 1 January 2022, making it permanently and freely available to read, download and share around the world.
12 January 2021
Cambridge University Press is proud to announce that 40 Press books have been chosen for CHOICE’s prestigious Outstanding Academic Titles list in 2020.
17 December 2020
Cambridge University Press and Jisc, the education and research not for profit, have reached a UK-wide open access agreement that offers a range of flexible Read and Publish options to all UK institutions.
16 December 2020
The Press is offering a free-to-read collection of books and journal articles to mark the passing of one of its most celebrated authors, W.G. Runciman, who has died aged 86.
14 December 2020
Cambridge Dictionary has announced ‘quarantine’ as Word of the Year 2020, after data shows it was one of the most highly searched words on the Cambridge Dictionary this year.
24 November 2020
Cambridge University Press technology is set to bring the first ever Cambridge Zero Climate Festival to a global audience.
6 November 2020
The University of Cambridge today announced that it will bring together its publishing and assessment operations to create a single organisation. Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment publish and create world-leading content and examinations that are used across more than 170 countries.
20 October 2020
Cambridge University Press will request the majority of its journals be given Transformative Journal status by cOAlition S as part of a commitment to transition them to full Open Access.
19 October 2020
A free, online collection of coronavirus research from Cambridge University Press has proved hugely popular, with around 1.7 million articles downloaded in the eight months to September.
14 October 2020
Cambridge University Press has won the inaugural Sustainability Award at this year’s UK Independent Publishing Awards.
23 September 2020
Services and prayers from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (BCP) are now available via Amazon’s range of Alexa smart speakers thanks to a new service from Cambridge University Press
17 September 2020
Experts from Cambridge University have praised the global English language teaching community for embracing the uncertain challenges ahead posed by Covid-19.
17 September 2020
Cambridge University Press has launched a free, online collection of book chapters and journal articles addressing the complex relationships between race, racism and power.
26 August 2020
Cambridge University Press has brought its higher education textbooks together on a new, tailor-made website to meet the changing needs of students, instructors and universities.
24 August 2020
With the importance of online learning growing fast, Cambridge University Press is on the lookout for new presenters to join the team behind popular YouTube channel Learn English with Cambridge.
17 August 2020