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IATE Term of the Week: Green Energy

The more we use “green” energy, the quicker we can become carbon neutral, and that is a "win-win" situation for both us and nature. The...

The brochure of twenty selected TermCoord food terms is out!

We are all foodies at TermCoord! On this occasion, we would like to present you a collection of twenty selected Food articles, written by...

IATE Term of the Week: Smartglasses

One of the most recent applications of augmented reality (AR) is smart glasses. Until very recently, these accessories seemed a fantasy coming from a...
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IATE term of the week: Agenda

Back to school or back to work? It is time to set out new goals and tasks for the last four months of 2021....

IATE Term of the Week: Gender Balance

The equal participation of women and men in all spheres of life is fundamental to achieve the gender equality. However, in some fields, the underrepresentation of...

IATE Term of the Week: Farm to Fork Strategy

COVID-19 pandemic is one of the crucial factors that negatively affect food systems worldwide. Logistical disruptions of supply chains, labour shortages and loss of...

IATE Term of the week: Mental Health

With the ongoing pandemic and lifestyle disruptions it created, mental health has been receiving more and more attention. From people whose work situation changed...

IATE Term of the week: Speech recognition

Due to vast developments in the artificial intelligence area, speech recognition came into our lives rapidly. Speech recognition, or speech-to-text, is the capability of...
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IATE Term of the Week: Web Accessibility

“The power of the web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.” (Tim Berners Lee) The web...

IATE Term of the Week: Digital Wallet

The coronavirus pandemic was a catalyst leading to the prevalence of digital technologies in our daily lives. The European Commission intends to expand a...
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