Reducing our Environmental Impact by Ending Discounted Print Incentives for Journals. Why Cambridge University Press Will No Longer Be Offering Deeply Discounted Print as Part of New Journals Agreements

Cambridge University Press & Assessment recognises the climate emergency and our need to act. As a leader in global education and research we have a responsibility to not only be part of the conversation but to also be a driving force for change.…


Engineering a Commercial Product: A Researcher’s Perspective

Dr Ljiljana Fruk from the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge discusses her three-pronged approach to product development to mark International Women in Engineering Day.


Reducing nitrogen fertilisation on Irish dairy farm: what is the impact on stocking capacity?

The paper “Modelling the effects of stocking rate, soil type, agroclimate location climate and nitrogen input on the grass yield and forage self-sufficiency of Irish grass-based dairy production systems”, published in The Journal of Agricultural Science, has been chosen as the latest Editorial Highlight and is freely available to download for one month.…


Don’t forget iodine after pregnancy

Iodine is an essential micronutrient for humans throughout life due to its need for the production of the thyroid hormones.


‘Keeping Your Feet Wet’: Strategies for Increasing Diversity in Underwater Archaeology

In “Getting Your Feet Wet,” (out now open access in Advances in Archaeological Practice) the authors outline barriers to inclusivity writ large in underwater archaeology and provide solutions for increasing diversity in the field.…


Mathematical modelling techniques in predicting crop growth and yield of bananas for precise decision-making

The paper “Growth and yield estimation of banana through mathematical modelling: A systematic review”, published in The Journal of Agricultural Science, has been chosen as the latest Editorial Highlight and is freely available to download for one month. …


LGBTQ+ at Cambridge

As part of our celebrations for Pride Month, we hear from Mandy Hill (Managing Director, and EDIB Champion, Academic), Valarie Guagnini (Head of EDIB, Academic), and Ian McIver (Content Team Lead, Academic Books, and Pride Network committee member) as they discuss LGBTQ+ awareness and representation at Cambridge University Press.…


Progress on our Transformative Journals

We recently submitted our annual Transformative Journals (TJ) report to cOAlition S, and here we share a few highlights with you.…