12 December 2012
United Nations and the Press Celebrate 40 Years of the World Heritage Convention
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in association with Cambridge University Press is celebrating 40 years of the World Heritage Convention with the launch of a new book.
04 December 2012
William Janeway's book a 2012 Financial Times Top Economics Pick
We are pleased to announce that William Janeway's Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy has been selected as a 2012 top pick in the Financial Times' Best Books of the...
15 November 2012
Steven Weinberg Q&A
Steven Weinberg discusses his career, and his latest book, Lectures on Quantum Mechanics
09 November 2012
Author Julie Sanders wins British Academy prize
Professor Julie Sanders has been awarded the Rose Mary Crawshay Prize 2012 by the British Academy for her Cambridge book The Cultural Geography of Early Modern Drama.
08 November 2012
Keynes Comes Home to Cambridge and Goes Digital For the First Time
A five-year project to publish the collected works of pioneering British economist John Maynard Keynes, has just been unveiled by Cambridge University Press.
01 November 2012
Cambridge author scoops coveted Astronomical Society Award
British astronomer and Cambridge author, Ian Ridpath, has won the prestigious Klumpke-Roberts Award of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) in recognition of his work in communicating astronomy to...
25 September 2012
Press Author William H. Janeway Awarded CBE by Her Majesty the Queen
Press author William H. Janeway, Ph.D., has been granted the honorary award of Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by HM the Queen for services to education...
12 September 2012
War, Religion and Empire wins the 2012 Crisp Book Prize
Congratulations to Andrew Phillips, winner of the 2012 Crisp Book Prize for War, Religion and Empire: The Transformation of International Orders.
25 June 2012
Marianne Talbot talks about Bioethics: What it is and why it is important
Ethics is the study of right and wrong, of which actions we should and shouldn't perform. Not all the things we do are morally evaluable of course. If I trip...
17 March 2012
Cambridge University Press Author Judea Pearl Wins Coveted Award for Transforming Artificial Intelligence
The ACM A.M. Turing Award, widely considered the “Nobel Prize in Computing,” carries a $250,000 prize, with financial support provided by Intel Corporation and Google Inc.