Write & Improve: how we developed an ELT product based on machine learning [ Eltjam.com Link ]

Developing an ELT product based on machine learning: Write & Improve | ELTjam

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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!

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20 Academic Books that Shaped Modern Britain

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We're looking for ambitious, proactive graduates like Lucy to be part of our graduate scheme cohort for 2017! Apply today: [ Cambridge.org Link ]
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

How can publishers help librarians? Cambridge University Press leads the way with a metadata revolution | STM Publishing News

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Our 2017 Graduate Scheme is now open! With £26k starting salary, and masses of opportunity available, what's stopping you?

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Graduate Programme

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Great news to start the year - 26 Cambridge books are among CHOICE Magazine's 2016 Outstanding Academic Titles list

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26 Cambridge books among prestigious CHOICE list

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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 selection."

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How Gene Editing Could Ruin Human Evolution

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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 #AcBookWeek

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Cambridge University Press: Insight and Innovation in Publishing

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Thanks to ELTjam for featuring us not once, but twice in their top 10 posts of 2016!

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ELTjam's top 10 posts of 2016 | ELTjam

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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.
Textbooks have been shown to boost student success, but are increasingly underused in schools. Find out why we support the #textbookchallenge

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Celebrating the textbook

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For the fourth year running, our Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers have won an English Speaking Union Award. Hooray!

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Winners of the 2016 ESU English Language Awards announced

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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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We've analysed the hundreds of millions of look-ups on Cambridge Dictionary in 2016 and our word of the year is... paranoid! [ Cambridge.org Link ]

‘Paranoid’ announced as the Cambridge Dictionary Word of the Year

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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: [ Cambridge.org Link ]

The Letters of Samuel Beckett

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We're very happy to be partnering with Overleaf on some of our journals to provide a new academic authoring experience. Find out more:

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Cambridge University Press partners with Overleaf

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The Letters of Samuel Beckett has made it to The Guardian's 'Best Books of 2016'

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Best books of 2016

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Workers typesetting manually in our old Printing House
Penpals for Handwriting, our whole school handwriting scheme, has been shortlisted in the 2017 Bett Awards for Best Primary Digital Content! [ Bettawards.com Link ]

Bett Awards - Finalists |

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Keats' sonnet 'Great Spirits' was written 200 years ago in 1816 - we celebrate his legacy with Susan Wolfson, author of 'Reading John Keats'.

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Keats Wrought up to Writing | FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press

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