Search legal terms in Italian, German and Ladin with bistro

A new feature that facilitates the search for terms related to COVID-19 has been added to bistro, the Information System for Legal Terminology built...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Pain au chocolat

We could easily say that pain au chocolat is one of the most renowned viennoiseries around the world. This delicious sweet roll with a...

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...

Terminology support for crisis management and rescue operations in Norway

For large events the Police, Fire, and health services have to collaborate to save lives. In Norway, these services use different terminologies, potentially preventing...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: impepata di cozze

The impepata di cozze (peppered mussels) is a traditional dish of the Neapolitan cuisine; it is simple to prepare but, at the same time,...

IATE Term of the Week: Digital Cultural Heritage

New technologies rushed into our lives and transformed the concept of cultural heritage into digital form. Borders between countries are eliminated, as anyone can...

TermCoord’s New Project in Collaboration with ISIT Paris

TermCoord has been collaborating with ISIT School Paris on several terminology and research projects since 2018. As part of this collaboration, a new project...

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mealworms

Beginning of May 2021, the European Commission approved the consumption of dried mealworms in the European Union. The yellow larvae has now become the...

IATE Term of the Week: Smart Villages strategy

This week we will talk about “Smart Villages strategy”. To begin with, there is not a fixed definition of what a “Smart Village” is....

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Cotton Candy

Blue, green or pink, this sweet treat creates a festive mood for those who decide to try it at least once. The topic of...
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