Welcome to the fifth and final day of the University Press Week Blog Tour! Here are the UPs rounding out the week on the topic of “science.” The University of Georgia Press offers a unique look at the South’s environmental conservation efforts after the Civil War. Rutgers University Press shares a Science review of Finding Einstein’s Brain. Columbia University Press‘s new science editor, Miranda Martin addresses the role university presses play in making science available to audiences that need it. The University of Toronto Press highlights their Heritage Book Project which aims to increase access to their books by bringing out-of-print titles back into circulation as ebooks and print-on-demand paperbacks. Princeton University Press‘s director, Christie Henry discusses the evolution of science publishing at university presses. Later in the day, you can continue to read great posts by Johns Hopkins University Press and the University Press of Colorado. Hope you enjoy all these great #TurnItUP posts!