Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press is a university press and part of the University of Cambridge in England. Its headquarters company in Cambridge, but the 1,800 employees spread over 60 offices worldwide.

The publishers received in 1534 by Henry VIII, the rights for printing of books, making it the world's oldest, existing without interruptions publisher. Cambridge University Press and Oxford University Press one of the two privileged presses with the right pressure for the King James Bible.

Among the authors of the publishing included, among others, John Milton, William Harvey, Isaac Newton, Bertrand Russell and Stephen Hawking. Currently, the Cambridge University Press has about 34,000 titles on offer and every year come 2800 new international standard book numbers to do so. The publisher is also the editor of some 240 scientific journals.