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Cambridge University Press is a division of the University of Cambridge and is constitutionally devoted to publishing for 'the acquisition, advancement, conservation and dissemination of knowledge in all subjects'.

Books published by the Press are a rich resource of knowledge for students, researchers, academics, professionals and policymakers. We publish monographs, textbooks, reference books, and multi-author or edited works in all disciplines across science, technology and mathematics and social sciences.