Together, we are building an open future
Your need for increased access, reach and influence inspires us to work with you, embracing new solutions to unlock the potential of research through greater collaboration, transparency and accessibility.
How are we making this possible?
- Transforming the vast majority of research publishing in our journals to open access by 2025
- Accelerating the publication of early research - Discover Cambridge Open Engage
- Finding new ways to publish books open access - Discover Flip it Open
- Pioneering new publishing models - Discover Cambridge Prisms & Research Directions
- Evolving our open access policies
As a university press that is driven by purpose, not by profit, you can rely on us to be a strong voice for the academic community and for the benefit of open; to be honest advisors and partners as open research continues to evolve.
Who are we working with?
- 20 December 2023,
- Between 2012 and 2014, I held a two-year Wellcome Trust Research Leave Award (WT096499AIA) for a project on women surgeons in Britain, 1860-1918.…
- 14 November 2023,
- The whole scholarly communications ecosystem is in a transition, and the open access policies of funders and other institutions have been incredibly powerful...
- 18 October 2023,
- Quantitative Plant Biology (QPB) is a community-based journal, co-published by Cambridge University Press and The John Innes Centre, with a prestigious and QPB was established with the belief that plant science research is a key endeavour in a changing environment. For this, not only does the journal build on cutting-edge quantitative approaches, it also opens the field to citizen science and art & science with dedicated article formats and collections. At QPB, we believe that research is first and foremost a question of creativity. This also means that plant science should be available to everyone, everywhere, and that the processes behind the research should be fully transparent....