Cambridge University Press Celebrate Open Access Week By Announcing A New Open Access Unit

This week is Open Access week, the ideal time to formally announce a dedicated Open Access unit at the Press. Mandy Hill, Managing Director for Academic at the Press, explains


CrossMark® – validating scholarly research

The problem Figures show that over recent years the number of academic papers being retracted due to fraud or suspected fraud is rising rapidly.…


Introducing Ben Jonson Online

The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson is now available as an online resource collection.    The first release of the online version of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Ben Jonson took place in January 2014.…


Introducing Cambridge Law Reports Online

Cambridge Law Reports (CLR) is a brand new online resource from Cambridge, incorporating both International Law Reports and the International Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) Reports.


Cambridge Archive Editions Online

Cambridge Archive Editions is a unique collection of collated diplomatic papers copied from the international archives at Kew in London. We are delighted to announce, it is now available as an online collection.


An insight into Ancient Libraries

Many iconic ruins across the world are all that remains of the libraries of the past. Who built these libraries? Who created the first ‘public library’?


New institutional ebook pricing 2014

On May 1st 2014, we radically changed the pricing model for Cambridge ebooks available to institutions. The changes have created a simpler pricing structure, making it easier for institutional customers to buy Cambridge ebooks.…


Cambridge introduces Kudos, Dryad and Reference Universe

 Kudos to authors who boost discoverability Cambridge is aware of the common problems that face readers and authors in today’s online reading environment, which is why we work hard to offer new ways for authors to disseminate their research, and for readers to discover it.…