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I·ATE Food Term of the Week: Bajaderka

As climate change has become an important issue worldwide, we have grown accustomed to terms such as ‘zero waste cooking’ or ‘food waste recycling’...

UGRTerm terminology resource now features over 40,000 terms in English and...

UGRTerm is a Spanish-English terminology resource that contains the official nomenclature specific to the University of Granada (UGR), a long-standing academic institution that has...

TermCoord participates in the Terminology Summer School 2019

From the 8th to 12th of July the Terminology Summer School took place in Vienna. TermCoord's terminologist Daniel Puppan went there as a speaker...

TOTh 2019: On term with Ontology

If there is a place where terminology and ontology go hand in hand, this is Chambéry, France. By early June, the interesting conferences Terminology...

Research on Typographical Errors in Dictionaries

Research on typographical errors in twenty-two Spanish specialised bilingual paper dictionaries (Ariel and Gestión 2000). An overview Academic and professional background My name is Santiago Rodríguez-Rubio....

IATE Term of the Week: Skills Mismatch

Skills Mismatch is the term used to express the gap between an individual’s job skills and the demands of the job market. The first...

ISIT Paris: Master theses and collaboration with TermCoord

The Faculty ISIT, Intercultural School, of Paris has a close collaboration with TermCoord in terminology. This year, two groups of students has worked together...

Framing Women’s Rights for Terminology without Borders

  This is the second article in a series of articles on the latest developments in Terminology without Borders, which has its origins in YourTerm...

IATE Term of the Week: 5G

What 5G is the term used to refer to the fifth generation of ubiquitous mobile telecommunications technology. In other words, it is the newest mobile...

Racontez-moi la terminologie…

Racontez-moi la terminologie… Projet de recherche appliquée réalisé par des étudiantes du master de communication interculturelle et traduction de l’ISIT. Clémence Avril, Bérengère Günst, Noémie...
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