The word 'populism' has been announced as the Cambridge Dictionary 2017 Word of the Year.
James Williams, a 35-year-old doctoral candidate researching design ethics at Oxford University, has been announced as the inaugural winner of the $100,000 Nine Dots Prize at an awards ceremony at the British Library yesterday evening.
Men are two to three times more likely than women to be mentioned when it comes to discussing sport and sporting achievement, according to new research by language experts at Cambridge University Press.
As children around the country go back to school, a new comparative study of spoken English reveals that we talk about education nearly twice as much as we did twenty years ago.
Some of Britain’s traditional Christmas favourites are losing their appeal, a new study of spoken English has revealed.
Using the Spoken British National Corpus 2014, a very large collection of recordings of real-life, informal, spoken interactions between speakers of British English from across the United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press and Lancaster University are shedding light on the way our spoken language changes over time.
Cambridge University Press: change, challenge and opportunity.
This year's Cambridge Festival of Ideas was a huge success with participation numbers up by a quarter from last year’s total of approximately 14,000, to around 18,500 this autumn