TermNews 2020 Feature

TermNews Winter 2020

The holiday edition of TermNews is ready! Check it out to discover two new Terminology without Borders projects and read about the module TermCoord...
IATE History

IATE History Now Available

As you all know we have been enjoying the new version of our main terminology database IATE 2 and its many fancy and state-of-the-art...
University Logos

Terminology without Borders – Our University Partners

Our Terminology without Borders project is constantly growing! With the introduction of two new sub-projects on Environment (YourTerm ENVI) and Food (YourTerm FOOD) last...
Thessaloniki Collaboration

Our Collaboration with the University of Thessaloniki

Did you know that the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament is actively collaborating with the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki? An article summarizing...
Traineeships in TermCoord

Apply for a Traineeship in TermCoord!

Do you want to become a part of the Terminology Coordination Unit team? Are you ready for a new professional adventure in Luxembourg, the...
Conference Ass.I.Term

XXX Ass.I.Term Conference – October 15th-16th

The upcoming annual Conference by the Italian Association for Terminology (Ass.I.Term) will focus on resources and tools for developing and disseminating terminology. The event...
TermCoord at Journée mondiale de la traduction 2020

TermCoord at the Journée Mondiale de la Traduction 2020

The JournĂ©e mondiale de la traduction, also known as JMT, is a yearly event on translation that takes place around 30th September. This year’s JMT...

TerminologĂ­a sin fronteras: En Pantuflas with Rodolfo Maslias

En Pantuflas (Spanish for ‘in slippers’) is a weekly Spanish language podcast that aims to shine a light on the translation and interpreting profession....
German Interviews

Interviews with Pablo de Olavide University

TermCoord is proud to announce a new collaboration with the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville, Spain. Every week over the summer, TermCoord will interview...

Bundessprachenamt Coronavirus Glossary

The German Bundessprachenamt has published a multilingual glossary on Covid-19. At present, the glossary contains around 1600 terms in German with equivalents in English,...
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