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Cambridge University Press is widely respected as a world leader in publishing for subjects as diverse as astronomy, Shakespeare studies, economics, mathematics and politics. In the sciences, the Press has published authors from William Harvey and Isaac Newton, through Rutherford, Einstein and Schrödinger, to Stephen Hawking, Roger Penrose and Nicholas Stern, alongside authoritative organizations such as the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

The Press publishes in such pioneering areas as bioinformatics, string theory, astrophysics and planetary science. In medicine, an already strong list in clinical reference publishing has expanded to include a new branch of exam-led and syllabus-led titles.

In the humanities and social sciences, the Press publishes Umberto Eco, Amartya Sen, Richard Rorty, Wole Soyinka, Bjørn Lomborg and Noam Chomsky, together with agencies such as the World Trade Organization, Transparency International and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

A firm commitment to publishing for students underpins a strong and growing commitment to textbooks. Fast-developing lists in medicine, law and business studies form the core of an expanding programme of publishing for the professional market.The shelves of university libraries around the world testify to our strength in monographic and reference publishing, including the renowned Cambridge Histories, and many series of scholarly editions, from Immanuel Kant to Jane Austen. Cambridge University Press also publishes a suite of high quality, dynamic and innovative online products, collections and eBooks which offer lecturers, researchers and students a new dimension of access and usability to our extensive scholarly and educational content.

Cambridge eBook Subject Collections are now available in Engineering, Life Sciences, Environmental Science, Mathematics (2 Collections), Physics, Literature (2 Collections), Linguistics, Economics (2 Collections), Business and Management and Politics (2 Collections).