EU Terminology: a presentation at the University of Genova

On Friday 26th January 2018, Rodolfo Maslias presented to some 40 students and professors of the Language Department of the University of Genova, of...

IATE Term of the Week: Clean Energy

It's only just begun, but 2018 is looking brighter for the future of the planet: this year will probably be the one in which...
Interview with Mojca Pecmanfeature

Interview with Mojca Pecman

Mojca Pecman is Associate Professor on translation studies at the Department of Intercultural Studies and Applied languages – Etudes Interculturelles de Langues Appliquées (EILA)...

Video Fix: A Song in Several Languages

You've probably heard of the animated film “Frozen”, but did you know that there´s a really interesting video that shows one of its most...

First Translation Technology Summer School in Antwerp

If you cannot live without translating, even in summer days, then the first International Translation Technology Summer School is the thing for you: organised...

Sharing Multilingual Terminologies with a Semantic-based Model

Terminological resources provide rich multilingual descriptions of knowledge needed for various applications, such as machine translation or information extraction. They frequently comprise large sets...

Brace yourselves… I·ATE is coming!

TermCoord welcomes I·ATE, a new terminology resource to promote gastronomy as an essential part of our European heritage and education. I·ATE is an interactive multilingual...

Why ‘Lëtzebuergesch’ is not an official EU language

Due to the entry of several countries into the European Union during the last few years, the European Union now counts 24 official EU...

The IATE Term of the week is “EORTC – European Organisation...

This week we have chosen “EORTC – European Organisation for Research and Treatment of cancer” since it was the World Cancer Day last Monday....

IATE Term of the Week: FinTech

“FinTech” combines the first syllables of the words “Finance” and “Technology”. It is therefore easily concluded that the conceptual definition of this word is...
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