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The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has won the inaugural University Press Redux Sustainability Award for its SDG Pathfinder.
27 July 2020
What are the best ways to help people and societies adopt sustainable lifestyles? Where should charities, NGOs and decision-makers put their money and effort? What can scientific research tell us about what works and what doesn’t? How do we find that evidence in an ever-growing sea of global research?
22 July 2020
For Pride 2020, the Chair of the Press's LGBT+ Staff Network shares five key takeaways from her experience in the role.
30 June 2020
Some of the brightest minds writing for Cambridge University Press will share their reflections on the coronavirus pandemic in a new series of online essays.
12 May 2020
Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment have joined forces to pay tribute to key workers taking part in efforts to tackle Covid-19 around the world.
7 May 2020
Some of the best writing and research on conservation and the environment is being made freely available to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on 22 April and its theme of climate action.
22 April 2020
Redux Online – the virtual replacement for this year’s Redux Conference – is to be run as a series of webinars.
21 April 2020
Cambridge Open Engage, the early and open content and collaboration platform from Cambridge University Press, has officially launched and is now open to direct submissions from researchers.
2 April 2020
Cambridge University Press is offering free, online access to higher education textbooks and coronavirus research during the COVID-19 outbreak.
17 March 2020
Cambridge Core – the online home of academic books and journals from Cambridge University Press – has come top in an assessment of accessibility information for those with disabilities.
13 March 2020
The Redux Conference 2020 is moving to the summer and will become an open, online event called Redux Online.
6 March 2020
New journal launched by Cambridge University Press and the John Innes Centre will publish research focused on big data, machine learning and citizen science in plant biology
26 February 2020
A new open access journal from Cambridge University Press – QRB Discovery – will provide an outlet for exciting new discoveries in the burgeoning field of biophysics
18 February 2020
Cambridge University Press has partnered with the not-for-profit software company, Hypothesis, to give authors, editors and readers the ability to add annotation to its online publishing.
13 February 2020