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The decision CHOICE editors base their selections on include the reviewer's evaluation of the work, the editor's knowledge of the field, and the reviewer's record.
9 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
We are delighted to announce that Cambridge University Press will once again be sponsoring the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2017.
21 September 2016
We are delighted to announce that three of our titles were honoured at this year’s BMA Medical Book Awards ceremony.
12 September 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