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IATE Term of the Week: Sustainable batteries

The word sustainable is more used now than ever, but what are ‘sustainable batteries’? And why do we need them? The word sustainable, in itself,...

The Ocean and Seas Conservation glossary obtains its first terms

ENVI is one of the available domains of the Terminology without Borders project, and it concerns environmental matters and issues. It currently includes six...

Interview with Federica Vezzani

Federica Vezzani is assistant professor - RTDa (non-tenured) – in French language and translation at the Department of Linguistics and Literary Studies of the...

I-ATE Food Term of The Week: L’Agneau de Pâques

In the northeast of France, Easter period is the perfect occasion to gather with all the family and to enjoy some local dishes and...

REPOST I-ATE Food Term of The Week: European Easter Dishes

Easter season is already here, which means that the colourful eggs and the delicious chocolate bunnies are back. Easter is the biggest Christian holiday and many...

I·ATE Food Term of The Week: Bandeja Paisa

A journey through the senses! An essential Colombian dish, intangible cultural heritage of the entire nation since 2009. The History of La Bandeja Paisa: Within the...

IATE Term of the Week: Digital Language Extinction

It is said that 70 to 90% of languages are gradually driving to extinction. Do you think that digital technology is trying to elevate...

Rethinking Language Competence in a Multilingual Workplace (A Research Review)

How do people perceive multilingualism and language behaviours at work and how does it influence their language practices? Research shows, even language professionals may...

Call for Participation: 1st International Conference on Multilingual Digital Terminology

The 1st International Conference on "Multilingual digital terminology today. Design, representation formats and management systems" will take place on 16 - 17 June 2022...

I·ATE Food Term of The Week: Corfiot Kumquat

If you ever get to visit Corfu Island in Greece, you definitely have to taste the island’s kumquat! The History of Kumquat Kumquats are most of...
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