Edinburgh University Press has reported a 2% rise in sales for the year to end 31st July 2020 and announced that c.e.o. Timothy Wright will retire... Read more
Articles from all Springer Nature-owned journals will now be syndicated to academic-networking site ResearchGate, following "positive" feedback from the pilot phases, the publisher has announced.... Read more
John Catt Educational is projecting turnover of £2.4m for the year ending 31st August, up 40% on the previous year.
Kogan Page is holding a half-day learning and development event online following a series of successful digital events during lockdown.
Oxford University Press has appointed Lisa Attenborough as its new group communications director.
Cambridge University Press has brought its higher education textbooks together on a new, tailor-made website.
Pearson pulled its BTEC results last night (19th August), the evening before they were to be released, saying it is regrading them in line with... Read more
Cambridge University Press has signed an Open Access partnership with Hindawi Limited for five of its journals.
Oryx, the international journal of conservation published by Cambridge University Press, is to become Open Access from January next year.... Read more
Three academics have claimed Edinburgh University Press tried to censor their journal article on gender self-identification in an “exceptional breach of normal practice” over transphobia... Read more
Cambridge University Press saw sales at £336m in the year to end April 2020, a rise of 2.8% (2% at constant currency). However, operating profits... Read more
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is the first recipient of the University Press Redux Sustainability Award, for its digital discovery tool SDG Pathfinder. ... Read more
Pearson has reported revenue fell 17% in the first half of 2020 as the result of “significant disruption” caused by Covid-19. However, the company has... Read more
RELX, parent of Reed Exhibitions and Elsevier, recorded a 10% revenue drop in the six months to end June 2020, to £3,501m (from £3,888m), with... Read more
The judging panel has been announced for this year's Royal Society Science Book Prize, featuring professor Anne Osbourn as the chair of judges.
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Friday, April 9 2021
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