Cambridge University Press has entered into a three-year transformative agreement with the University of California (UC), in what is said to be UC's first such... Read more
Cambridge University Press has made small reductions to its mean and median gender pay gaps—but its bonus pay gaps have skyrocketed in the latest filing.... Read more
The UK needs to “lock down” the issue of exhaustion of rights with the EU to stop countries such as the US changing the status... Read more
Cambridge University Press is to produce audiobooks for some of its tradiest titles, in a pilot programme conducted in partnership with production company Sound Understanding.... Read more
Cambridge University Press has launched Cambridge Elements, a large-scale programme for research that sits outside the traditional formats of either book or journal article.... Read more
Cambridge University Press has commissioned a three-volume global history of intelligence from the ancient world to present-day cyber-espionage.
'Nomophobia', a word used to describe stress and anxiety caused by being separated from a mobile phone, has been deemed the Cambridge Dictionary’s inaugural People’s Word of... Read more
Cambridge University Press saw turnover of £316m in the year to 30th April 2018, a headline rise of 3.1% on the previous year's total of... Read more
The Cambridge University Press bookshop has been "transformed" with touch screens placing its catalogue of books and teaching materials “at people’s fingertips”.
Three academic publishers – Springer Nature, Cambridge University Press and Thieme – have reached an agreement with ResearchGate to work together on the sharing of articles.... Read more