the origin of open-source

IATE Term of the Week: Open-source

Open-source has taken a prominent role in the IT industry and can be found in the smallest embedded systems to the largest supercomputer. Every...

TermCoord’s Communication Tools | Online Workshop

For a long time now, study visitors from the University of Luxembourg to TermCoord have been participating in the everyday work of the unit...
Federica Vezzani

Vers Une «Terminologie Fair»: Conception Et Implémentation De La Ressource TriMED

It is a pleasure to announce that last December, Federica Vezzani, member of our Steering Committee and students’ coordinator for several YourTerm projects on...
Braille writing system

Video Fix: The invention of Braille

The UN World Braille Day was celebrated on the 4th of January in order to raise awareness of the importance of this writing system...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week: European Vegan Dishes

I-ATE Term of the Week: European Vegan Dishes

Have you ever heard about Veganuary, the international initiative that promotes vegan values? Would you try turning vegan for a month? Or maybe you...
Eu Health Programme

IATE Term of the Week: EU4 Health Programme

Building on the challenges from the past year, 2021 will pave the way to the new EU4 Health Programme, which will significantly contribute to...
Mochi featured image

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Mochi

In Japan, food plays an important role when it comes to celebrating the New Year. People eat a selection of traditional dishes, each of...
Twas the Night Before Christmas

Video Fix: ‘Twas the Night before Christmas

Possibly the most well-known poem related to Christmas, and one that single-handedly changed the way people view Christmas. This poem has been adapted with...
I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Roccocò

I-ATE Food Term of the Week: Roccocò

Roccocò can be considered as the hardest and the most durable cake among all the Neapolitans Christmas cookies: it is a crunching rock monolith...
IATE Term of the Week: Christmas Day

IATE Term of the Week: Christmas Day

On the 25th of December, many people across Europe and all over the world celebrate Christmas Day. As stated in the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the...