Here you can browse or search our titles in Physical Sciences, including Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science, the Built Environment, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Energy and Power, Environmental Sciences, Materials Science, Mathematics, and Physics. We have Advisory Boards in numerous Physical Sciences areas, which you can see at the Advisory Boards link above. We are always happy to consider proposals in Physical Sciences, or applications to join an Advisory Board. Please click here to find out more about how to submit a proposal, and here to complete an Advisory Board application.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing also publishes in Health Sciences, Life Sciences, and Social Sciences. Established in 2001, our operational headquarters are in the historic Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, with representative offices in Berlin, Germany; Barcelona, Spain; and Hangzhou, China.
The Cambridge Scholars Publishing collection in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Space Science encompasses a wide variety of titles on non-terrestrial science and technology. Our books cover the atmospheres and environments of solar, stellar, and galactic bodies, as well as exploring the development of cutting edge techniques and methods geared towards unravelling the secrets of the universe.
Our titles on the Built Environment at Cambridge Scholars Publishing cover two complimentary areas of academic research; the design, history, and theory of architecture and architectural practice, and the methods and practicalities of building and construction work. The collection will therefore be of interest to students and researchers in the humanities and social sciences, as well as architectural and construction professionals in different areas.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s books on Chemical Engineering draw from a combination of experimental laboratory research and the real-world application of the principles of chemistry to engineering and industrial challenges. Academics and professional engineers alike will find the collection an essential companion to their work.
Including titles on physical, theoretical, (in)organic, and analytical chemistry, Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s growing selection of books on Chemistry features work from leading chemists and scientists from both the academic and professional domains. Our titles in this area also encompass introductory and philosophical texts on chemistry, providing students and researchers with a firm grounding in the practices, methodologies, and concepts of the field in all its guises.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Computer Science collection spans the entirety of contemporary research into computers and their everyday application. From graphics and AI to the design and development of software/hardware, the wide variety of titles in this collection will stimulate new research directions in the field of Computer Science while simultaneously serving as a touchstone for computer engineers.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Earth and Planetary Sciences books deal with the entirety of the cross section of our planet, from the substrata to the furthest reaches of the atmosphere. In particular, our titles in this area analyse geology, petrology, marine science and technology, and earth surface processes, as well as the ways in which the earth is being transformed by geoengineering and climate change.
One of our most developed Physical Sciences areas, Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s books on Energy and Power focus on the theory, practice, and history of nuclear science and the development of renewable and alternative technologies. Our titles also reach into the practicalities of energy policy, economics, and conservation, with a wider commitment to encouraging the use of sustainable and accessible energy technologies.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Engineering and Technology books are authored by professionals and academics working at the forefront of their respective fields, from aerospace and automotive to marine and mechanical engineering. Our books in this area are developed from our authors’ years of technological practice, and also comprise a growing number of engineering textbooks for students and new researchers. As a whole, the collection will be an important benchmark for future research and innovation across the entirety of the Physical Sciences.
While complementing our titles in the Social Sciences on the philosophy and future of conversation, Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Environmental Sciences collection focuses more acutely on issues of ecotoxicology, environmental monitoring and analysis, and the scientific analysis of environmental change at different scales from the local to the global. A collection that is fundamentally interdisciplinary in nature, it will be of interest to all those concerned with the ongoing management of our fragile environment.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s growing Materials Science collection investigates the production and composition of metals, alloys, ceramics, and electronic materials. We also have a developing series of books on polymer science and technology, with current titles spanning the development of polyanilines and forthcoming titles exploring polymerization and polymeric materials.
Our titles in Mathematics at Cambridge Scholars Publishing focus primarily on the theorisation and application of pure mathematical formulae and equations, with a number of titles analysing geometry, logic, and mathematical programming. A growing subset of books also consider questions of statistics and probability, and the collection as a whole will be essential reading for mathematicians at any stage of their career, academic or otherwise.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Physics collection comprises titles from across this wide and exciting field, including books on optical, atomic, applied, and high energy physics. Our books also inspect, and contribute to, new and novel approaches in physics, particularly quantum theories, quantum gravity, and innovative theorisations of entanglement and interconnectedness.