For your lunchtime listening: Cambridge editorial director David Tranah on republishing Sara Turing’s 1959 biography of her brilliant son.
100 years ago, Cambridge published a book that transformed the study of mathematics and laid the foundations for the computer age. The Principia Mathematica is the most famous work ever published on the foundations of mathematics. Written by British mathematicians and philosophers Alfred North Whitehead and Bertrand Russell, it was published by Cambridge in three volumes [...]
While The Social Network was grabbing Oscar nominations last week, Networks, Crowds, and Markets by David Easley and Jon Kleinberg scored a great review in the Times Higher Education supplement. Go Networks!