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May 2017

James Williams announced as winner of the Nine Dots Prize

31 May 2017

Alice Tranah, Bookseller at the Cambridge University Press Bookshop, writes about the history of the Cambridge Institutions of Press and Bookshop.

4 May 2017


March 2017

100 years of the English Pronouncing Dictionary

13 March 2017

Joint statement by Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press and Taylor and Francis

9 March 2017

Cambridge University Press ELT has launched the World of Better Learning: a new platform to share expertise and innovation in English Language Teaching

2 March 2017


January 2017

CUP Bookseller Alastair Lynn reflects on the future of bookselling

26 January 2017

This week is Academic Book Week, which we’re delighted to be celebrating for the second year running with a focus on innovation in publishing.

23 January 2017

Find out about our new discoverability initiative.

18 January 2017


December 2016

Michael McGarvey, Director of Cambridge Learning for Schools, on supporting the Publishers Association’s Textbook Challenge.

7 December 2016

Researchers examined data from the hundreds of millions of searches on dictionary.cambridge.org to see which words sparked the most interest in 2016, and found that paranoid stood out as the clear frontrunner. 

1 December 2016


October 2016

For Open Access Week 2016, Matthew Day explores what OA will look like going forward.

24 October 2016

A $100,000 prize and a book deal with Cambridge University Press are available to the person who can best answer this question.

21 October 2016


August 2016

Coverage of female athletes grows during the Olympics yet the language used remains contentious

24 August 2016

The competition, sponsored by Cambridge University Press, saw entrants write about contemporary issues including the Syrian refugee crisis, conflict migration in Africa and finding a diasporic identity.

15 August 2016

Cambridge University Research reveals gender divides in the language of sport

5 August 2016

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