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 team.

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Mucking around at playschool goes right out of the window

We've got freebies and discounts on selected feminist theory and women's history all week in celebration of International Women's Day - see [ Cambridge.org Link ] for more information!

International Women's Day 2017

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.

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Hot topics

Happy #WorldBookDay! We loved having 40 students from schools around Cambridge come and learn about publishing with us.
Brand new title 'Freud in Cambridge' is here! Follow the CUP Bookshop on Instagram for more pictures from their Trinity Street site. [ Instagram.com Link ]
How do you use our Authentic Practice Tests in your classroom? Get Tips, Tricks and Lesson Plans to aid your course, or inspire others with your own ideas.

Practice Makes Perfect

The World of Mr Casaubon is "immensely rewarding. Kidd’s sprightly style can breathe life into apparently dead disputes." - The Guardian

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The World of Mr Casaubon by Colin Kidd review – in defence of George Eliot’s pedant

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 book.

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Do you use scholarly collaboration networks (eg. ResearchGate/Academia)?

Share your experiences: you could win £100

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This Valentine's Day, say it with books... our Bookseller Alice rounds up the best gifts for the book lover in your life!

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Say it with books

“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 Women

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Do Charles Darwin's private letters contradict his public sexism?

We're looking for ambitious, resourceful graduates like Lottie to join our 2017 Graduate Programme - applications close in 3 days! [ Cambridge.org Link ]
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/

Cambridge success at 2017 PROSE Awards

The Times Literary Supplement calls the Letters of Ernest Hemingway "an astonishing scholarly achievement"

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Little bit of poison for everyone

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."

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Billionaires say they’ll end disease: evolution says otherwise – Jim Kozubek | Aeon Ideas

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: [ Cambridge.org Link ]
Congratulations to Caroline who has just won a Trailblazer Award - for exceptional young people in publishing.

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Award win for Cambridge’s Caroline

Do universities have a role in the education and training of teachers? Join the discussion at the Cambridge Faculty of Education on 15 February.

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Book Launch: Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers?

Our wonderful bookseller Alastair blogs on how traditional bookselling can thrive in the digital age [ Cambridge.org Link ] #AcBookWeek

Traditional bookselling in a digital age

"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 [ Cambridge.org Link ]