Imperial College Press

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Imperial College Press
Industry Publishing
Genre Science
Founded 1995 in London
Founder Imperial College and World Scientific
Headquarters Covent Garden, London, UK
Products Academic and scholarly books

Imperial College Press (ICP) was formed in 1995 as a partnership between Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in London and World Scientific publishing.

This publishing house was awarded the rights, by The Nobel Foundation, Sweden, to publish The Nobel Prize: The First 100 years, edited by Agneta Wallin Levinovitz and Nils Ringertz. Imperial College Press published about 400 books and 8 journals,[1] including works authors such as Ahmed H. Zewail, Paul C. W. Davies, Freeman Dyson, and Gerard 't Hooft.

They publish areas of teaching and research at Imperial College: Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Finance & Management, Engineering, Environmental Science, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Medicine & Healthcare, and Physics.

In 2007, ICP hosted a speaking panel event entitled "A marriage made in heaven or hell? Do scientists and the media make good bedfellows?"[2]

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