Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.We are proud to announce the publication of some of the finest science journals and textbooks, professional, reference, and popular science books across the range of subjects in science.
Portland Press, the publishing subsidiary of the Biochemical Society, publishes journals and books in the life sciences, including the Biochemical Journal.
Chemistry, biomedical, biology and medicine, news, views and interviews from award-winning British science writer David Bradley
The Paris Museum national d’Histoire naturelle publishes three research journals and four collections of monographs in botany, Earth sciences, zoology, biodiversity management and history of science and ethnology.
The Natural History Museum’s publishing group publishes both academic and popular books on related subjects