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"13.03.2017 10:10:42" dailymail.co.uk Mucking around at playschool goes right out of the window Language experts at Lancaster University and Cambridge University Press reveal that words such as 'golly' have been replaced by Americanisms such as 'awesome'. Golly! Mucking around at playschool goes right out of the window as new words like 'awesome' take over.
Read up on the latest study from our Language Research
"07.03.2017 10:04:39" cambridge.org International Women's Day 2017 Academic publishing from Cambridge University Press, including: research monographs, reference books, textbooks, books for professionals, and paperbacks aimed at graduate students. We've got freebies and discounts on selected feminist theory and women's history all week in celebration of International Women's Day - see http://cambridge.org/iwd2017 for more information!
"03.03.2017 09:56:19" cambridge.org Hot topics Welcome to Cambridge Core Explore Hot Topics ebook collections on Cambridge Core, including Energy, Nanotechnology and Ecology and Environment. All ebook collections are available for institutional purchase, or click through from each book homepage for print options.
"02.03.2017 15:35:13" Photos from Cambridge University Press's post Happy #WorldBookDay! We loved having 40 students from schools around Cambridge come and learn about publishing with us.
"24.02.2017 14:03:04" Timeline Photos Brand new title 'Freud in Cambridge' is here! Follow the CUP Bookshop on Instagram for more pictures from their Trinity Street site. https://www.instagram.com/cambridgepressbookshop/
"23.02.2017 14:34:35" Cambridge University Press ELT "Make students aware of contrast" - Mieria Mesa provides this month's favourite tip and activity for preparing students for the FCE speaking test. Submit your own and discover more tips and resources on the Practice Makes Perfect exam preparation resource
"23.02.2017 11:35:13" theguardian.com The World of Mr Casaubon by Colin Kidd review – in defence of George Eliot's pedant Casaubon's unfinished Key to All Mythologies was not, by the lights of his time, out of touch or deluded The World of Mr Casaubon is "immensely rewarding. Kidd's sprightly style can breathe life into apparently dead disputes." - The Guardian
"22.02.2017 15:17:44" theguardian.com www.theguardian.com Professor Cass Sunstein, author of 'The Ethics of Influence', speaks to the Guardian Weekly Science Podcast on the psychology and history of "nudging", as well as some of the ethical quandaries explored in his
"16.02.2017 10:03:49" survey.eu.qualtrics.com bit.ly Do you use scholarly collaboration networks (eg. ResearchGate/Academia)?
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"10.02.2017 17:05:47" cambridge.org Say it with books Find the best gifts for the book-lover in your life this Valentine This Valentine's Day, say it with books... our Bookseller Alice rounds up the best gifts for the book lover in your life!
"10.02.2017 09:56:00" theguardian.com Do Charles Darwin's private letters contradict his public sexism? He declared that women's brains were “analogous to those of animals”, but conducted scholarly personal correspondence with women, new book reveals “When I looked at the kind of women who were part of his circle and how he treated them, it seemed incredible that he would have the view that women were not strong or intelligent,” says Samantha Evans, author of Darwin and
"09.02.2017 11:58:15" Lottie - Graduate Programme We're looking for ambitious, resourceful graduates like Lottie to join our 2017 Graduate Programme - applications close in 3 days! http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/careers/graduate-programme
"08.02.2017 14:04:02" cambridge.org Cambridge success at 2017 PROSE Awards Cambridge wins in seven categories, with a further eleven honourable mentions We're delighted to have won in seven categories at the 2017 PROSE Awards, with a further eleven honourable mentions: cambridge.org/about-us/news/cambridge-success-2017-prose-awards/
"08.02.2017 09:25:02" the-tls.co.uk Little bit of poison for everyone The publication of Ernest Hemingway's complete correspondence is shaping up to be an astonishing scholarly achievement. We are already on the third of a projected seventeen volumes, minimum, which will include in their entirety every surviving letter, The Times Literary Supplement calls the Letters of Ernest Hemingway "an astonishing scholarly achievement"
"07.02.2017 10:01:43" aeon.co Billionaires say they'll end disease: evolution says otherwise – Jim Kozubek | Aeon Ideas In late 2016, Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan pledged to invest at least $3 billion to 'cure, manage and prevent all disease' through the creation of a Biohub, a fount of non-profit innovation that would retain the exclu... Jim Kozubek, author of Modern Prometheus writes: "Comparing the body to a machine, complete with bugs to be fixed conflicts with Charles Darwin's theory of evolution: machines and computers do not evolve, but organisms do."
"06.02.2017 09:59:59" Jonathan - Graduate Programme There is just under a week left to apply for our Graduate Programme - Jonathan joined in 2015 and now works as a Strategy Analyst in our Cambridge office. Apply here: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/careers/graduate-programme
"02.02.2017 11:36:58" cambridge.org Award win for Cambridge's Caroline Brand and Marketing Lead Caroline Tatam wins Trailblazer Award, for exceptional young people in publishing Congratulations to Caroline who has just won a Trailblazer Award - for exceptional young people in publishing.
"27.01.2017 09:30:00" eventbrite.co.uk Book Launch: Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers? The book launch of: Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers?; An International Analysis of Policy and Practice from The Cambridge Education Research Series with editor Bob Moon. Please join us for an introduction to the book, Do universities have a role in the education and training of teachers? Join the discussion at the Cambridge Faculty of Education on 15 February.
"26.01.2017 15:36:53" cambridge.org Traditional bookselling in a digital age CUP Bookseller Alastair Lynn reflects on the future of bookselling Our wonderful bookseller Alastair blogs on how traditional bookselling can thrive in the digital age http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/traditional-bookselling-digital-age/ #AcBookWeek
"26.01.2017 14:23:50" Bridget - Graduate Scheme "This is a really unique opportunity to rotate around the business - one that you wouldn't get in other companies" - Bridget on why you should apply for our graduate scheme today! http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/careers/graduate-programme
"26.01.2017 10:23:21" Timeline Photos Lovely to receive a picture of Prof David Finney's 100th birthday cake - a reproduction of his CUP book, first published 70 years ago! Happy birthday David!
"24.01.2017 10:00:00" Timeline Photos One week left to apply for the Nine Dots Prize! Submit by 31 Jan for the chance to win $100,000 and a book deal https://ninedotsprize.org/
"24.01.2017 09:04:00" eventbrite.co.uk Cambridge University Press: Insight and Innovation in Publishing Join speakers from Cambridge University Press for a fun and informative session in which they will share their findings, learnings and solutions in developing new publishing initiatives designed to meet the challenges of an ever-changing marketplace, It's not too late to sign up for one of the last remaining places for our Insight and Innovation panel at the British Library tomorrow - we'd love to see you there.
"23.01.2017 15:37:00" ipg.uk.com Independent Publishing Awards Independent Publishing Awards Delighted to be shortlisted for Academic + Professional Publisher of the Year by the IPG - and in fantastic company!
"23.01.2017 09:25:23" cambridge.org Academic Book Week 2017 | Cambridge University Press Join Cambridge University Press for the Academic Book Week 2017, by reading 20 of our Innovative Books for free! It's Academic Book Week and to celebrate we've made 20 award-winning titles FREE to read all week! #AcBookWeek
"20.01.2017 11:05:01" eltjam.com Developing an ELT product based on machine learning: Write & Improve | ELTjam Artificial intelligence, machine learning & natural language processing will have a huge impact on ELT, and Write & Improve is a fascinating case study. Write & Improve: how we developed an ELT product based on machine learning http://eltjam.com/developing-an-elt-product-based-on-machine-learning-write-improve/
"20.01.2017 09:25:49" acbookweek.com 20 Academic Books that Shaped Modern Britain Vote Now! Ahead of Academic Book Week (23-28 January), we're delighted to reveal the Top 20 Academic Books that Shaped Modern Britain, as chosen by leading British Academics. Voting is now open to … Hobsbawm's 'The Invention of Tradition' has been chosen as one of the 20 academic books that has most shaped modern Britain. Click here to vote it the winner!
"18.01.2017 14:00:34" Lucy Steven - Graduate Trainee 2016 We're looking for ambitious, proactive graduates like Lucy to be part of our graduate scheme cohort for 2017! Apply today: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/careers/graduate-programme
"17.01.2017 11:37:12" stm-publishing.com How can publishers help librarians? Cambridge University Press leads the way with a metadata revolution | STM Publishing News Click here to view the image... We've embarked on a huge project to improve metadata, the discoverability of resources, and hopefully, the lives of librarians! - find out more: goo.gl/HdKoJD
Find out more: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/careers/graduate-programme
"11.01.2017 10:27:01" cambridge.org 26 Cambridge books among prestigious CHOICE list The decision CHOICE editors base their selections on include the reviewer Great news to start the year - 26 Cambridge books are among CHOICE Magazine's 2016 Outstanding Academic Titles list
"10.01.2017 09:23:39" time.com How Gene Editing Could Ruin Human Evolution CRISPR snips away risky genes—but even the bad have good in them Jim Kozubek, author of Modern Prometheus writes:"There are no superior genes. Genes have a long and layered history, and they often have three or four unrelated functions, which balance against each other under
"09.01.2017 11:24:08" eventbrite.co.uk Cambridge University Press: Insight and Innovation in Publishing Join speakers from Cambridge University Press for a fun and informative session in which they will share their findings, learnings and solutions in developing new publishing initiatives designed to meet the challenges of an ever-changing marketplace, Join us in the The British Library on 25 January to hear about developing new publishing initiatives to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world
"21.12.2016 09:25:32" eltjam.com ELTjam's top 10 posts of 2016 | ELTjam In search of some Christmas reading? Look no further – here are the 10 most-read posts published on ELTjam in 2016. Loads of great stuff to keep you going. Thanks to ELTjam for featuring us not once, but twice in their top 10 posts of 2016!
"19.12.2016 10:45:13" Timeline Photos A worker using one of our first folding machines. The use of these became widespread by the early 20th century. Before then, all book pages had to be folded by hand in order to be bound.
"12.12.2016 10:46:11" cambridge.org Celebrating the textbook Michael McGarvey, Director of Cambridge Learning for Schools, on supporting the Publishers Association's Textbook Challenge. Textbooks have been shown to boost student success, but are increasingly underused in schools. Find out why we support the #textbookchallenge
"09.12.2016 11:16:38" esu.org Winners of the 2016 ESU English Language Awards announced From a YouTube channel to printed activity games, the variety of English language teaching resources in this year's English Language Awards showed real innovation. For the fourth year running, our Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers have won an English Speaking Union Award. Hooray!
"07.12.2016 11:25:18" Modern Prometheus Would you edit your genes if you could? Jim Kozubek explores the 'industrial revolution' of the genome in Modern Prometheus: Editing the Human Genome with Crispr-Cas9.
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"01.12.2016 13:02:51" cambridge.org 'Paranoid' announced as the Cambridge Dictionary Word of the Year 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. We've analysed the hundreds of millions of look-ups on Cambridge Dictionary in 2016 and our word of the year is... paranoid! http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/paranoid-announced-cambridge-dictionary-word-year
"01.12.2016 10:38:38" cambridge.org The Letters of Samuel Beckett The Letters of Samuel Beckett, The Letters of Samuel Beckett offers for the first time a comprehensive range of letters of one of the greatest literary figures of the twentieth century. This volume provides a vivid and personal view of Western Europe in t The Letters of Samuel Beckett is on the best books of 2016 lists in the Guardian, the TLS, and the Evening Standard! You can get yours here: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/literature/series/letters-samuel-beckett
"30.11.2016 09:54:01" cambridge.org Cambridge University Press partners with Overleaf Find out how we We're very happy to be partnering with Overleaf on some of our journals to provide a new academic authoring experience. Find out more:
"28.11.2016 11:34:46" theguardian.com Best books of 2016 From Zadie Smith's Swing Time to horror in the Highlands and a brief history of tomorrow ... writers choose their best reads of 2016 The Letters of Samuel Beckett has made it to The Guardian's 'Best Books of 2016'
"23.11.2016 09:26:05" Timeline Photos Workers typesetting manually in our old Printing House
"21.11.2016 16:02:19" bettawards.com Bett Awards - Finalists | Finalists The ICT Innovator of the Year To view the 2 minute video entries click on the companies listed below BBC Learning (BBC micro:bit Partnership) Penpals for Handwriting, our whole school handwriting scheme, has been shortlisted in the 2017 Bett Awards for Best Primary Digital Content! http://bettawards.com/finalists/
"21.11.2016 11:52:09" cambridgeblog.org Keats Wrought up to Writing | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press In 1818 William Hazlitt launched his series of lectures on the English poets, attended by Keats and everyone in London, it seems, by hailing a general Keats' sonnet 'Great Spirits' was written 200 years ago in 1816 - we celebrate his legacy with Susan Wolfson, author of 'Reading John Keats'.
"18.11.2016 09:28:28" Timeline Photos It's nearly the end of #UPWeek! Time for one more staff recommendation, for The Letters of Ernest Hemingway #ReadUP http://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/literature/american-literature/series/cambridge-edition-letters-ernest-hemingway
"17.11.2016 10:27:34" Timeline Photos Creating the best resources for learners and educators is a huge part of our work as a University Press #UPWeek #ReadUP http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/what-it-means-be-university-press-education/
"16.11.2016 08:39:53" Timeline Photos What does it mean to be a University Press for ELT? http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/what-it-means-be-university-press-elt #UPWeek #ReadUP
"15.11.2016 09:19:04" cambridge.org 5 Ways to Be a University Press For University Press Week, our University Publishing Manager looks at what it means to be a UP What does it mean to be a University Press? Our University Publishing Manager, Jennifer, blogs for #UPWeek http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/5-ways-be-university-press/
"14.11.2016 16:27:03" Timeline Photos For University Press Week, we're sharing our own top UP recommendations starting with Linda and the Letters of Samuel Beckett
"14.11.2016 11:01:24" cambridge.org Breaking into Publishing For Work in Publishing Week, we share top tips to get your first steps on the publishing ladder. How can you break into publishing? Read our blog for some top tips as part of #WorkInPublishing Week!
"11.11.2016 12:03:35" dictionaryblog.cambridge.org The US election in 24 hours of words November 8, 2016, marked the end of one of the most eventful presidential election campaigns in United States history. People across the globe watched closely as American voters turned out to cast … 'Bigot', 'doomed', 'goosebumps' and 'spectacular' were amongst the most frequently looked up words in our dictionary as America went to the polls on November 8.
"11.11.2016 09:47:39" Timeline Photos Over 400 of our colleagues fought in the First and Second World Wars, of whom 52 died. We will remember them, and all who have lost their lives in conflict. #ArmisticeDay
"09.11.2016 14:21:54" standard.co.uk British women swear a lot more than men, study reports Holy sh**, women officially swear more than men in their daily lives, according to a new academic study. We thought it was just us. Women's use of the word 'f***' has increased by more than 500 per cent over the past two decades, while men have almost Research from the Cambridge English Corpus and Lancaster University shows how our swearing habits have changed since the 1990s.
"31.10.2016 16:28:36" cambridge.org What are the scariest words in the English language? What do monsters, movies and moments have in common? They all top the list of nouns which collocate with the adjective scary in the Cambridge English Corpus! This Halloween, language researcher Laura Grimes explores the words and phrases associated with What are you most afraid of? We researched the Cambridge English Corpus to find out.
"31.10.2016 16:13:04" Timeline Photos We loved having the winners of the Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition come to visit us last week - click here to find out more about them and read their winning entries:
"31.10.2016 14:24:46" theguardian.com Politics has gone wrong. Is digital technology to blame? | David Runciman In the age of Brexit and Trump we shout at each other across a gulf of understanding, not thinking that machines rather than people could be at fault Digital technologies make it far easier than it has ever been to find out what people want – their likes and dislikes – without having to go through the cumbersome business of getting them to vote. You may find that a terrifying prospect. Or you may find
"26.10.2016 09:27:00" cambridgeblog.org Great Figures and Leaders: Bach | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press CUP: Why is Bach still so important and influential? RT: J. S. Bach was the right man in the right place at the right time. He took fugal techniques and Why is Bach still so important and influential?
"26.10.2016 09:11:00" Timeline Photos Printing plates being assembled on a press for the New English Bible, New Testament, 1961.
"26.10.2016 09:05:13" Timeline Photos Printing plates being assembled on a press for the New English Bible, New Testament, 1961.
"24.10.2016 10:20:00" blog.journals.cambridge.org The linguistic style of Hillary Clinton « Linguistics « Cambridge Core Blog By tracking Hillary Clinton's linguistic behaviour over time, Jennifer Jones' research shows how these forces manifest in Clinton's self-presentation. Talk 'like a man' - the linguistic style of Hilary Clinton
"24.10.2016 09:37:26" cambridge.org Perspectives on Open Access For Open Access Week 2016, Matthew Day explores what OA will look like going forward. How far can we go towards a fully OA world? And how do we do this in practice? #OAWeek
"21.10.2016 09:13:21" ninedotsprize.org Introducing the Nine Dots Prize The Nine Dots Prize is a new prize for creative thinking that tackles contemporary societal issues. Entrants are asked to respond to a question in 3,000 words, with the winner receiving US$100,000 to write a short book expanding on their ideas. "Are digital technologies making politics impossible?"
The person who can best answer this question will win the inaugural Nine Dots Prize - $100,000 and a book deal with us! http://ninedotsprize.org/
"20.10.2016 10:42:39" osc.cam.ac.uk Open Access Week 2016 | Scholarly Communication Established by SPARC and partners in the student community in 2008, International Open Access Week is an opportunity to take action in making openness the default for research—to raise the visibility of scholarship, accelerate research, and turn Is Open Access a top down imposition or grassroots movement? If you're in Cambridge join our panel during #OAWeek (26 Oct, 1pm): http://bit.ly/2dmg2it
"19.10.2016 08:20:56" cambridge.org The Gloves Are Off: Looking at the Language of the US Presidential Debates As the US Presidential campaign enters its final few weeks, here's a look at the language used by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the first two televised debates. Using a bespoke corpus built from transcripts of the broadcasts, we take a look at the Using a bespoke corpus built from transcripts of the broadcasts, we take a look at the content and style of the candidates' speech.
"13.10.2016 14:35:05" Timeline Photos Looks like we'll need to update this particular Cambridge Companion - congratulations on the Nobel Prize Bob Dylan!
"12.10.2016 14:34:45" researchinformation.info 'A software geek at heart' | Research Information There are a growing number of new tools and services available to support academics throughout the research cycle. Here, Emily Marchant from Cambridge University Press speaks to Matias Piipari, the founder of an online writing tool called Manuscripts, Find out why we're partnering with unique authoring tool Manuscripts.app in an interview with its founder.
"07.10.2016 10:42:58" eventbrite.co.uk Book Launch: Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers? The book launch of: Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers?; An International Analysis of Policy and Practice from The Cambridge Education Research Series with editor Bob Moon. Please join us for an introduction to the book, Do universities have a role in the education of teachers? Get a free ticket for our book launch on October 17 in Cambridge, and join the discussion.
"05.10.2016 09:21:45" Timeline Photos Superb reviews for the fourth and final volume of the Letters of Samuel Beckett continue with this from the Financial Times.
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"26.09.2016 08:58:21" cambridgeblog.org Time is precious — optimize your approach to learning general relativity | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press Why did you write A Student's Manual ? My goal was to make general relativity accessible to a wider audience, including self-learners who don't have access to a Robert Scott, author of A Student's Manual for A First Course in General Relativity, explains why he's bringing general relativity to a wide
"23.09.2016 14:37:11" Timeline Photos 6 days to go until publication of the fourth and final volume of The Letters of Samuel Beckett!
You can pre-order here: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/literature/european-literature/letters-samuel-beckett-volume-4?format=HB
"23.09.2016 14:09:34" Cambridge University Press Education Pens (or pencils) at the ready! Our National Schools Handwriting Competition opens today. We're looking for children aged up to 13 and school staff to show off their penmanship with entries judged by renowned calligrapher Patricia Lovett MBE. Take a look
"20.09.2016 10:46:07" cambridgeblog.org Sculpting the Earth | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press Landscapes of the Anthropocene So it seems that the Anthropocene is really here and the Holocene is over. Humans have significantly altered the surface of the Heather Viles and Andrew Goudie, authors of Geomorphology in the Anthropocene, discuss the permanent marks left by human impact on the Earth.
"20.09.2016 10:02:36" blog.journals.cambridge.org Four top tips and four common pitfalls for peer reviewers « News « Cambridge Core Blog An effective review for a book proposal needs to consider many aspects – all geared towards situating the proposal in the context of the discipline. In this a Peer review week 2016: Four top tips and four common pitfalls for peer reviewers, from Cambridge editors.
"19.09.2016 12:58:45" blog.journals.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press celebrates the importance of reviewers for Peer Review Week « News « Cambridge Core Blog Cambridge University Press is excited to announce its participation in Peer Review Week – an annual event to recognise and highlight the essential work done b We're celebrating the importance of reviewers for Peer Review Week 2016. Find out what we're up to here: http://blog.journals.cambridge.org/2016/09/19/cambridge-university-press-celebrates-the-importance-of-reviewers-for-peer-review-week/
"19.09.2016 09:45:51" handwritingcompetition.co.uk National Schools' Handwriting Competition 2017 | Inspire children to write and enter our free competition National Schools'Handwriting Competition 2017 Welcome to the 2017 National Schools' Handwriting Competition. Last year we had an amazing 9,554 entries and we'd love to have even more this year! The Competition is organised by SATIPS and Cambridge Pens at the ready - our 2017 handwriting competition launches today! http://handwritingcompetition.co.uk/
"16.09.2016 09:42:58" eltjam.com What's changing in English Language Teaching? | ELTjam Cambridge University Press's Better Learning conference this summer brought together ELT influencers and decision-makers from around the world to discuss the most important issues facing students and teachers today – and the trends we can expect to see in What's changing in English Language Teaching? Our Better Learning conference aimed to find out.
"15.09.2016 10:54:58" Timeline Photos It's a misty morning in Cambridge today!
"14.09.2016 11:06:20" blog.journals.cambridge.org Medicalisation of young minds « Medicine « Cambridge Core Blog Antidepressant prescribing amongst children & young people shows significant increase in the past decade, even though recorded diagnoses of depression have gone A new study reveals a 28% rise in antidepressant prescription amongst 6-18 year olds.
"13.09.2016 08:38:00" teachwire.net Pedagogy And The Page – How Can Secondary Textbooks Be Made More Engaging? When we talk about 'pedagogical features' in textbooks, we are talking about those extra properties which are put in place to assist a student's learning on a certain topic | Teachwire News What are the pedagogical features that really work in textbooks? Michael McGarvey, Director of Cambridge Learning for Schools, assesses the options.
"12.09.2016 10:24:01" cambridge.org Cambridge University Press wins President's Choice Award and two First Prizes at 2016 BMA Medical Book Awards We are delighted to announce that three of our titles were honoured at this year's BMA Medical Book Awards ceremony. We are delighted to announce that three of our titles were honoured at this year's BMA Medical Book Awards
"06.09.2016 14:39:41" cambridgeblog.org The Court Poet and the Art of Memory | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press The Art of Memory has now become a familiar, if not necessarily always well understood or articulated, cultural reference point. From Thomas Harris's creation Rory Loughnane explores the importance of studying the Art of Memory.
"06.09.2016 12:17:08" youtube.com Interview with Alma Gottlieb on the second edition of A World of Babies Author Alma Gottlieb reveals what readers will find most interesting about the second edition of A World of Babies. Are babies divine, or do they have the de... Are babies divine, or do they have the devil in them? Should parents talk to their infants, or is it a waste of time? Author Alma Gottlieb reveals what readers will find most interesting about the second edition of A World of
"01.09.2016 14:30:30" Timeline Photos Did you know the Baskerville font was designed by John Baskerville, our University Printer from 1758-66?
"30.08.2016 12:22:05" cambridgeblog.org The Year of Magical (Leadership) Thinking | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press Many commentators were stunned when, in his acceptance speech at the Republican national convention, Donald Trump insisted that “I alone” can fix the “crisis' Why do we still believe an individual leader can set things right for the rest of a nation?
"24.08.2016 13:28:42" cambridge.org Trott 'clinches' gold but Kenny 'claims' it Coverage of female athletes grows during the Olympics yet the language used remains contentious As the sun sets on Rio 2016, our new research indicates that the gender equality gap in the reporting of sport is beginning to narrow, but the language used remains contentious.
"23.08.2016 15:28:30" cambridgeblog.org Nietzsche's early years in pictures | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press 1861 This photograph, taken for Confirmation, was probably the first portrait of himself that Nietzsche had ever seen. Fundamentally pleased with it, he Look at Nietzshe's early years through pictures with comment from Daniel Blue, the author of The Making of Friedrich
"17.08.2016 09:41:22" networxrecruitment.com Community Engagement Assistant, Apprentice (Apprenticeship level 3/4) - (AO16/188) Are you a school-leaver looking for your first job? We have a vacancy for a Community Engagement apprentice in our Cambridge office, which will involve work with local schools, support for charities and helping to run employee volunteering initiatives.
"15.08.2016 15:42:41" cambridge.org Young writers awarded Winners of The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition 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. “The quality of the entries this year were exceptional, and all of us at Cambridge University Press would like to extend our congratulations to the winners.” - Rod Smith, Managing Director of Education, Cambridge University
"12.08.2016 08:16:30" youtube.com An interview with JFM Batchelor Prize winner Prof. Raymond E. Goldstein An interview with The Batchelor Prize 2016 winner Professor Raymond E. Goldstein Professor Raymond E. Goldstein is the winner of the 2016 JFM Batchelor Prize. Hear more about his research and contributions to fluid mechanics here:
"11.08.2016 15:48:31" cambridgeblog.org What Can Medieval History Tell Us About Environmental Change? | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press Does research into medieval history serve any useful purpose other than the pursuit of scholarship for its own sake? Labour Education Minister Charles Clarke Does research into medieval history serve any useful purpose other than the pursuit of scholarship for its own sake?
"11.08.2016 15:48:07" cambridgeblog.org What Can Medieval History Tell Us About Environmental Change? | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press Does research into medieval history serve any useful purpose other than the pursuit of scholarship for its own sake? Labour Education Minister Charles Clarke Does research into medieval history serve any useful purpose other than the pursuit of scholarship for its own sake?
"09.08.2016 10:29:29" rd.com Benefits of Reading: Getting Smart, Thin, Healthy, Happy | Reader's Digest A love of reading can protect your brain from Alzheimer's disease, slash stress levels, encourage positive thinking, and fortify friendships. Here's how your brain and body benefit when you crack open a book. Reading reduces stress, strengthens your brain and makes you happier! We should all be book lovers #NationalBookLoversDay http://www.rd.com/health/wellness/benefits-of-reading/
"08.08.2016 14:32:45" rhystranter.com Overbeck on Editing Samuel Beckett's Letters Stefano Rosignoli asks Lois M. Overbeck about the ongoing four-volume edition Lois M. Overbeck offers a fascinating insight into her work editing Samuel Beckett's letters.
"02.08.2016 13:28:05" inews.co.uk Sexism in sports reporting the norm Olympic study finds - The i newspaper online iNews Sexism in sports reporting has become the norm, according to a huge study of Olympic articles that found women's personal lives are far more likely to be picked up on than their athletic prowess. Women are more likely to be associated with their marital Our research finds women's personal lives are far more likely to be picked up on than their athletic prowess in sports reporting https://inews.co.uk/?p=16327
"28.07.2016 14:53:28" Cambridge University Press ELT Take your class on safari in July for your chance to be this month's winner! Have your class got their safari costumes ready? Create and upload your entry before July 31st and they could all win a Super Safari goody bag to take home: bit.ly/1tkIVnC
"28.07.2016 12:28:21" networxrecruitment.com Community Engagement Assistant, Apprentice (Apprenticeship level 3/4) - (AO16/188) We are recruiting for a Community Engagement apprentice in our Cambridge office. To find out more and to apply, click here: https://www.networxrecruitment.com/Jobs/Advert/420227
"27.07.2016 09:43:00" cambridgeblog.org Is Donald Trump a Fascist? | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press Last week, Dr. Stephen M. Stahl explored the topic of Donald Trump being a psychopath. This week, Waller R. Newell, author of Tyrants: A History of Power, Is Donald Trump a fascist? Waller R. Newell compares the Republican presidential candidate with the infamous fascists discussed in his book TYRANTS.
"26.07.2016 10:23:41" cambridgeblog.org How is climate change affecting polar regions? Part 3 – Professor Grant Bigg | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press How is climate change affecting Polar Regions? Are there different effects at each Pole? The Polar Regions have been, and are likely to continue to be, one of Professor Grant Bigg answers our questions about climate change in polar regions. Read his blog post here! http://ow.ly/HxWY302BUeP
"20.07.2016 11:03:23" Timeline Photos It's our birthday! 482 years ago today, Henry VIII's charter granted us permission to 'print all manner of books.'
"20.07.2016 08:19:41" cambridgeblog.org How is climate change affecting polar regions? Part 2 – Professor Roger Barry | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press What is the most exciting research going on at each of the Poles currently? In the Arctic there are major efforts to understand the drivers of the irregular Part 2 of our blog series on climate change in Polar Regions sees Professor Roger Barry answer our
"19.07.2016 10:51:58" cambridge.org Work Experience at Cambridge University Press Hear from a few of the year 10 students who undertook work experience placements with Cambridge University Press in 2016. We're sad to see our 2016 work experience cohort go! But you can find out more about their time at the Press here: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/work-experience-cambridge-university-press1/
"18.07.2016 09:28:42" cambridgeblog.org Pokémon GO, GOING, GONE | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press If your mind hasn't already been totally numbed by tech news, consider pointing it towards the newest phenomenon that everyone is talking about: Pokémon Leading cyber-psychologist John Suler blogs on the psychology of Pokémon GO, and why technology creates as many problems as it solves.
"13.07.2016 13:34:19" dictionaryblog.cambridge.org Brexit idioms by Kate Woodford Every two or three months on this blog, we look at the idioms being used in a range of daily newspapers in the UK. This week, we thought it might be interesting to look specificall… What are some of the most common idioms used when talking about Brexit?
"11.07.2016 12:26:56" cambridge.org Work Experience Work Experience We are welcoming 10 work experience students to our offices today! Find more info on these opportunities here:
"07.07.2016 10:37:11" cambridge.org Peer Review: the nuts & bolts Cambridge recently sponsored a Sense about Science workshop introducing peer review to early career researchers. We hear from one of the attendees about their experience of the workshop. We recently sponsored a Sense about Science workshop introducing peer review to early career researchers, and third year PhD candidate Charlie has written a short blog about it. Read more:
"07.07.2016 08:08:31" Timeline Photos Say hello to our new look Cambridge Dictionary! http://dictionary.cambridge.org/
"06.07.2016 12:55:43" Timeline Photos Our Cambridge University Press ELT staff have become the students! Here they are learning a new language as complete beginners, to better inform the teaching practices, learning strategies and materials we develop.
"04.07.2016 13:12:43" home.bt.com New stamps pay tribute to Einstein, Stephen Hawking and the centenary of the Theory of General... The Theory of General Relativity continues to shape the scientific community 100 years on. Professor Stephen Hawking himself approved the stamps Not one, but two of our authors are soon to be immortalised on stamps!
"04.07.2016 12:59:14" cambridgeblog.org How is climate change affecting polar regions? Part 1 – Professor David Walton |... How is climate change affecting Polar Regions? Are there different effects at each Pole? Mt Erebus, the most active volcano in Antarctica. Photo: David How is climate change affecting polar regions? Read our Q & A with Professor David Walton http://ow.ly/eqsM301TTwy
"01.07.2016 14:53:43" cambridgenetwork.co.uk New public art project for CB1 Cambridge News from Cambridge businesses. Network members upload news here about their products, services and achievements. A new public art feature is coming to Cambridge... and we'll be getting a special mention!
"01.07.2016 07:06:00" cambridge.org Announcing new support for Text and Data Mining We are pleased to have updated our Terms and Conditions to provide greater support for users to Text and Data Mine (TDM) academic journal and book content. We're pleased to announce new support for Text and Data Mining on our academic books and journals. Find out more: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/announcing-new-support-text-and-data-mining/
"30.06.2016 12:52:53" Timeline Photos A display at our museum, dedicated to our 400+ years of printing and publishing... That's a lot of books!
"28.06.2016 15:55:18" cambridgeblog.org Is Donald Trump a Psychopath? | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press As a psychiatrist, I've been getting this question lately. If you Google famous psychopaths, Donald Trump's picture comes up, so, those who despise The Renowned psychiatrist Dr Stephen Stahl asks, "Is Donald Trump a psychopath?"
"27.06.2016 15:28:39" thinkvalues.cambridge.org THiNK Beyond Language We're supporting charitable work to improve access to education around the world. Upload a photo and we will donate 50p to this cause. Help us reach our target of £15,000! Upload a selfie to our THiNK Beyond Language campaign - we'll donate 50p to UNICEF per photo! http://thinkvalues.cambridge.org/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=paid&utm_content=thinkvalues&utm_campaign=think
"23.06.2016 09:10:16" cambridgeblog.org A Very British Club: How the UK has built the EU since 1973 (but hasn't realised it, yet) |... The view from Denmark As a Dane, I follow the Brexit discussion with both interest and bewilderment. Denmark entered the European Communities in 1973 "If we are to believe the British media, the UK has limited influence in the EU. This is a peculiar interpretation of the UK's position - at least for a Dane - who has seen the UK successfully shape the EU's agenda every day since 1973."
"22.06.2016 12:40:16" cambridgeblog.org The Issue Remarkable for its Absence: The Resilience of Neo-Liberalism in Europe |... As the referendum campaign nears its end, one central issue is remarkable for its absence, despite the fact that it has been a major contributor to the anger "Rather than leaving the EU, the UK should begin to confront its real problem: a neo-liberalism that has gone too far," says Cambridge author and Professor of International Relations, Vivien A. Schmidt.
"21.06.2016 08:58:34" Rebecca Lovell, Commissioning Editor Have you ever been interested in a career in Editorial? Find out what it's like with Rebecca, our Commissioning Editor for Education.
"13.06.2016 08:44:35" eventbrite.com Working towards an Open Research future In today's knowledge-based digital economy, the way research is conducted, published and disseminated has fundamentally changed. In the past 20 years we've seen Open Access shift from a niche idea promoted by a group of passionate visionaries to a model Our Head of Open Access and Data Publishing, Matt Day, will be speaking at #OAFuture on 23 June in Cambridge.
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"10.06.2016 14:59:02" We are aware we have recently been experiencing technical difficulties on our online Cambridge TOEFL resources. We have conducted an investigation into the problems on the website and the issues have now been resolved. Please accept our sincere apologies
"10.06.2016 13:31:53" Jeremy Vey, Design Manager at Cambridge University Press Find out about the life of a designer at Cambridge University Press, and see https://www.cambridge.org/careers for all our vacancies.
"10.06.2016 09:33:15" networxrecruitment.com Apprentice - Customer Services Assistant (AO16/147) Are you looking for your first role and would like to gain a qualification whilst earning money? Apply for an apprenticeship in our Customer Services team in Cambridge! https://www.networxrecruitment.com/Jobs/Advert/380996
"24.05.2016 16:33:41" cambridge.org Cambridge professor says much of the effort to combat global warming is actually making it worse Cambridge engineering professor M.J. Kelly argues that it is time to review the current efforts to reduce carbon emissions, some of which “represent total madness.” Cambridge engineering professor M.J. Kelly argues in one of our journals that it is time to review current efforts to reduce carbon emissions, some of which “represent total
"19.05.2016 09:25:00" youtube.com Cambridge School Shakespeare Editors - Favourite Deaths in Shakespeare Cambridge School Shakespeare editors Vicki Weinand, Richard Spencer and Dr David James talk about their favourite deaths in Shakespeare's plays in the 400th ... Our series editors for Cambridge School Shakespeare discuss their favourite deaths in Shakespeare. What are yours? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb8hWoD0Ojk
"18.05.2016 13:12:14" Photos from Cambridge University Press's post Did you know we have a museum dedicated to our history of printing and publishing at our Cambridge office? #InternationalMuseumsDay
"18.05.2016 09:05:52" Timeline Photos We're brushing up on our history on Instagram - follow our account at cambridgeuniversitypress
"13.05.2016 18:21:47" www.cambridge.org Cambridge University Press opens for business in Nigeria Cambridge University Press last week opened their newest office in Lagos, Nigeria, where they will be producing locally produced, affordable education materials for the Nigerian curriculum. Our newest office opened for business in Nigeria last week - read more about it here: http://www.cambridge.org/about-us/news/cambridge-university-press-opens-business-nigeria/
"10.05.2016 15:20:59" Cambridge University Press Education Competition Two: Best Digital Storyteller
Do you have a blossoming storyteller in your classroom or at home? Children with a love of storytelling can enter this competition by submitting a clip of them reading a short section from one of the Cambridge Our Education team are running a fantastic competition for young storytellers. Click the link to find out more.
"29.04.2016 16:20:10" cityam.com Women face retirement poverty Females are losing out when it comes to having a decent retirement and need to plan better to avoid poverty in old age. John Macinol's 'Neoliberalising Old Age', looks at the "feminisation of poverty," and why more women face poverty in retirement.
"28.04.2016 08:44:20" theguardian.com Ancient Greek manuscripts reveal life lessons from the Roman empire Newly translated textbooks from the second and sixth centuries aimed at language learners also provide pointers on shopping, bathing, dining and how to deal with drunk relatives Our new title, Learning Latin the Ancient Way, looks at newly translated language textbooks from the second and sixth centuries.
"22.04.2016 14:20:41" Timeline Photos Our Chief Exec, Peter Phillips, with the winners of our #Shakespeare400 competition today!
"22.04.2016 09:09:30" Timeline Photos We're hosting a Shakespeare workshop with local schools this morning - the students will be challenged to create digital Shakespeare resources and we can't wait to see what they come up with!
"14.04.2016 08:24:08" Timeline Photos World renowned Shakespeare experts Professor Stanley Wells and Dr Paul Edmondson are with us at London Book Fair today to talk about their new book, The Shakespeare Circle.