Publishing without boundaries: Supporting the vision of Cambridge University Press


Founded in 1534 by King Henry VIII, Cambridge University Press is the oldest publishing house in the world. Over the past five centuries, countless great thinkers, scientists and other acclaimed authors have turned to the Press for the publication of their works. Among them, you will find the likes of Isaac Newton, Bertrand Russel, Noam Chomsky and Stephen Hawking. Through their ideas and theories, these great thinkers challenged what we believed to be true and changed the world in profound ways.

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