The relationship between Cambridge University Press and Cambridge University

Cambridge University Press is a department of the University of Cambridge, linked by various connections to the central institution. Cambridge University Press Syndicate These include the Syndics, a group of senior academics who convene regularly to oversee and approve the Press’s new publishing and policies; the Press and Assessment Board, which governs both Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment; and a host of smaller, less formal, but no less important connections.…


Cambridge University Press signs major US Open Access deal

Cambridge University Press has agreed to an Open Access publishing deal with the University of California. This transformative agreement will advance the global shift towards an open access future for research.…


Cambridge agrees major Open Access deals in Germany

Cambridge University Press has reached two major Open Access deals with higher education and research institutions across Germany.


Cambridge holds inaugural Partners Summit

Academic welcomed 50 of our journal society partners and editors from all over the world to our inaugural summit


Profile: Mrs Lee Cheng Ean, University Librarian, National University of Singapore

Mrs Lee Cheng Ean has been the University Librarian at the National University of Singapore, which is ranked 11th in the QS World University Rankings (2019), for more than four years.  She therefore holds one of the world’s most prestigious librarian posts.…


Research Ethics: the approach in India

India is the second largest populated country of the world, with many languages, a significant number of which are used by researchers when writing scholarly articles.…


Cambridge University Press signs major UK Open Access deal

Cambridge University Press has agreed a Read and Publish deal with Jisc Collections, which will help UK universities and colleges make a sustainable transition to publishing Open Access content in our Cambridge journals.…


A trading of ideas: how the CUP Marketing team collaborates with the WTO (World Trade Organization)

Q and A with Sian Welch – Senior Marketing Executive   What is your job title and how long have you been working at Cambridge University Press?


Welcome to Cambridge Elements, a new concept in academic publishing

Today marks the official launch of Cambridge Elements! Cambridge Elements provide a completely new format for publishing scholarly material: succinct and significant, peer-reviewed research that combines the best features of books and journals.…


Cambridge University Press signs major Open Access deal in Sweden

Cambridge University Press has reached a major Open Access deal with higher education and research institutions in Sweden. The three-year ‘Read and Publish’ deal has been agreed with Bibsam – a consortium of 85 higher education and research institutions, led by the National Library of Sweden.…


Open Access – the German approach

Dr Gernot Deinzer says the best way he can describe himself is as an “information professional”. His professional roles include acting as subject librarian for Mathematics, Physics and Informatics at the University of Regensburg in Germany and also heading up the IT services for the Library itself.  Last but by no means least, he is the Open Access specialist at the University and the OA ‘Beauftragter’ – champion.…


Copyright, Books and Progress: Charles Clark Memorial Lecture 2019

This year’s Charles Clark Memorial Lecture, entitled Copyright, Books and Progress, was delivered by Professor Daniel Gervais, Milton R Underwood Chair in Law and Director of the Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Program at Vanderbilt Law School.…