IATE Term of the Week: UN Women

In honour of International Women’s Day celebrated on 8 March this year, our IATE Term of the Week is UN Women. As the UN’s gender...

University of Luxembourg and TermCoord

At the first semester of my Master “Learning and Communication in Multilingual and Multicultural Context”, I chose the class called “Terminology in the EU”....
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Terminology Project with the University of Vigo (Galicia, Spain) now online

  TermCoord is happy to announce that the terminology project with the University of Vigo (Galicia, Spain) is now available online for you to view...

A student’s experience at TermCoord

As Luxembourg is one of the most popular multilingual and multicultural places in the world, the University of Luxembourg is probably one of the...

Interview with Detlef Reineke

Detlef Reineke has been teaching and researching at the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in...

Self-referring words and paradoxes

One of the wonders of language is the fact that some words do not only describe an object or a situation, but in certain...
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Brexit glossary

Brexit has had a large impact linguistically as it has politically. The portmanteau, originally coined in 2012 following the pattern of Grexit (‘a term...

Check out our projects: Terminology without borders

Do you know the projects "YourTerm Mare" and "YourTerm Medical"? They are part of a collaboration called "Terminology without borders" created by the Terminology Coordination...

Watch the new IATE presentation live!

The new IATE is presented TODAY 5th December from 10am CET. Click the image to go directly to the streaming (in case it doesn't work,...

Terminology: 3M4Q – The EAFT Summit 2018

What looks like a secret formula - 3M4Q, is in fact the motto of this year’s summit for the European Association for Terminology (EAFT)...
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