The MIT Press, established as an independent publisher in 1962, is the only university press in the United States whose list is based in science and technology. The Press currently publishes some 40 journals and about 250 new books each year. It has major publishing programs in six scholarly subject areas -- architecture and design arts, economics and finance, computer science, cognitive and brain sciences, and environmental science -- as well as smaller programs in science and technology studies, political science, and social theory.

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