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CUP tackles body image with new children’s non-fiction titles

Cambridge University Press has acquired two children’s non-fiction titles by Dr Charlotte Markey as part of a new trade publishing programme aimed at a broader... Read more

Cambridge University Press partners with Perlego on online textbooks

Cambridge University Press has partnered with online library Perlego to offer students access to digital textbooks. Read more

CUP scoops coronavirus book from 'outbreak sleuth' Raul Rabadan

Cambridge University Press has signed a book on the coronavirus by “outbreak sleuth” Professor Raul Rabadan, who helped solve the mystery of the swine flu... Read more

CUP reveals carbon neutrality targets

Cambridge University Press has said it is on track to be 100% carbon neutral in the UK by 2022, both as regards to its own... Read more

My Job In 5: Peter Phillips

Peter Phillips is the CEO of Cambridge University Press and he's under our spotlight for this week's My Job in 5. Read more

CUP provides free resources to support students during coronavirus outbreak

Cambridge University Press is providing free access to books, research and learning materials for teachers, students and researchers impacted by the coronavirus.  Read more

University Press Redux conference cancelled over coronavirus concerns

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

CUP bags 'thrilling' Bartlett book on medieval Europe

Cambridge University Press has bagged a “thrilling” book on dynastic political intrigue in medieval Europe by historian and presenter Robert Bartlett. Read more

IOP Publishing strikes Netherlands OA deal

Science publisher IOP Publishing has struck a series of "read and publish" agreements with Dutch universities. Read more

CUP teams with Unbound to crowdfund OA politics book

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

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