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Interpretation, Translation

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY BOOTCAMP

Considered a “dead language” by some, Latin continues to flourish in the world of Science and Medicine. Bootcamp attendees get the breakdown. BY MIKE KARPA Marlene V. Obermeyer guided interpreters and translators through the lingo of medicine and the human body in…

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LUNCH BREAK

Amusing anecdotes offer wisdom on the topics of poetry, translation, and even ballet; a lunch hour presentation by American poet and translator Richard Howard leaves this reporter reminiscing of a 1970s Paris. BY ERIC CHIANG A presentation by Richard Howard,…

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THE TERM’S THE THING

Industry experts provide an informative perspective on the trickier aspects of financial and legal translation BY JAY FEIST In December, NCTA members had the opportunity to learn some of the ins-and-outs of financial and legal translation from two veteran translators…

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EDITING AND REVISION FOR TRANSLATORS

A bright winter workshop provided attendees with an excellent opportunity to gain tips and further hone editing skills. BY CHRISTOPHER PAUL QUEEN Saturday, January 28th brought sunny weather outside, brightening the inside of the downtown SFSU Extension Center classroom where…

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Business, Translation

APPROACHES TO MEMOQ

New to MemoQ? Help is available for every learning style. BY MICHAEL WAHLSTER I had to get up early on Saturday, February 25, to catch the first flight from L.A. to San Francisco where I attended Tuomas Kostiainen’s NCTA memoQ…

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TRANSLATING FOR HUMANITY

In response to the demand for pro bono translation services worldwide… © BY FRANÇOISE HERRMANN, PhD Founded 18 years ago in Paris by Lori Thicke (CEO of Lexcelera) and Ros Smith-Thomas (co-owner of Lexcelera), Traducteurs sans frontières was established as a charitable organization in…

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