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Cambridge University Press publishes over 1,500 new and highly regarded titles a year. The quality of our publishing is reflected by the number of awards that Cambridge titles are nominated for and receive, across multiple subject areas.
Publisher of more than 170 Nobel Prize Laureates
We are proud to have published the works of more than 170 Nobel Prize Laureates in our books, journals and the journals of our partners. Nobel Prize Laureates who have published with Cambridge include Albert Einstein, Steven Weinberg, Douglass C North and Angus Deaton, to name just a few.
In 2017, two Press authors were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize. Kip S. Thorne, editor of Quantum Measurement was jointly awared the Nobel Prize in Physics, and Joachim Frank, editor of Molecular Machines in Biology was also jointly awared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
In 2018, co-author of the Press-published Industrial Pricing in the United Kingdom, William Nordhaus, shared the Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences.
Click here to view the full list of Nobel Prize Laureate book authors dating back to 1904.
Recent news and awards
AHA awards six Press titles
The American Historical Association has named six Press titles as 2019 prize winners, up from two in 2018 and more than any other publisher this year.
Press authors take home 26 APSA awards
The American Political Science Association (APSA) has recognized 24 Press titles for awards at its 2019 Annual Meeting.
Press author honored by the National Academy of Sciences
The National Academy of Sciences announced Press author Adriana Galván is a winner of the 2019 Troland Research Award, given annually to recognize achievement by young researchers.