Science and Engineering coursebooks from CUP

All the coursebooks in the following 5 subjects are now accessible for University of Cambridge staff and students on Cambridge Books Online and its companion platform University Publishing Online.

Astronomy

Chemistry

Earth & Environmental Sciences

Physics

Statistics and Probability

These coursebooks complement the available Cambridge University Press monographs across all subjects, and the Life Sciences coursebooks which were added back in December 2014.

Physics1The titles are searchable in LibrarySearch and are available on and off campus (with a Raven username and password).

As new titles are published they will also be made available. Access to these collections will remain until the end of June 2015 in the first instance.

 

Please let us know what you think about CUP ebooks by emailing the ebooks@cambridge team on ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

Astronomy    Earth        Physics

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One thought on “Science and Engineering coursebooks from CUP

  1. Reblogged this on Chemistry Library blog and commented:
    We hope you find these CUP coursebooks useful! I believe that there are 115 titles under the Chemistry heading, and 960 under the Physics heading, and they cover the following disciplines that may be of interest to you:

    Chemistry: general interest
    Environmental chemistry
    Inorganic chemistry
    Organic chemistry
    Physical chemistry
    Atmospheric Science and Meteorology
    Climatology and Climate Change
    Earth and Environmental Science: general interest
    Atmospheric Science and Meteorology
    Climatology and Climate Change
    Geochemistry and environmental chemistry
    Hydrology
    Mineralogy
    Nanotechnology
    Materials science
    Polymer science
    Molecular biology
    Computational science and modelling
    Biological physics
    Soft/condensed matter physics
    General physics
    Mathematical methods
    Optics
    Particle, Nuclear, Plasma, Quantum, Statistical, Theoretical physics
    Statistics for life and physical sciences

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