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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
Find the best gifts for the book-lover in your life this Valentine's Day.
10 February 2017
Cambridge wins in seven categories, with a further eleven honourable mentions
8 February 2017
Brand and Marketing Lead Caroline Tatam wins Trailblazer Award, for exceptional young people in publishing
2 February 2017
CUP Bookseller Alastair Lynn reflects on the future of bookselling
26 January 2017
As a matter of urgency we will be looking at whether we can make further improvements to our quality assurance process.
24 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
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
Find out how we're expanding our offering to journals' authors in our new partnership with Overleaf.
28 November 2016
For Education, being a University Press means working alongside educators and learners to provide individuals with accessible, inspirational learning resources that lead them to a lifetime of achievement.
17 November 2016
For University Press Week, we look at the research led approach of our English Language Teaching materials - a key component of Cambridge University Press.
16 November 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