The 2020 University Press Redux conference, organised by Cambridge University Press and ALPSP, and due to take place 17th-18th March, has been cancelled “in light of... Read more
Cambridge University Press has bagged a “thrilling” book on dynastic political intrigue in medieval Europe by historian and presenter Robert Bartlett.
Science publisher IOP Publishing has struck a series of "read and publish" agreements with Dutch universities.
Cambridge University Press is launching a crowdfunding campaign with Unbound to see if the model can work in publishing an academic title Open Access.... Read more
Cambridge University Press is bringing out a new Open Access journal, Experimental Results, “to provide an outlet for standalone research that currently goes unpublished.”... Read more
Cambridge University Press is launching an early and open content platform to publish research outputs such as preprint papers, abstracts, conference proceedings and open data.... Read more
Cambridge University Press has bought a "groundbreaking" book charting the rise and fall of "female husbands" in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Cambridge University Press’ annual report shows the firm had a 42% surge in operating profit from £17.2m to £24.4m for the year to 30th April 2019.... Read more
The prolonged uncertainty over the shape and timeline of Brexit has led to delayed investment decisions from publishers which will affect industry growth further down the... Read more
Cambridge University Press c.e.o. Peter Phillips has taken up the reins at the Publishers Association as the industry faces challenges over the fallout from Brexit... Read more