2015 News and Events
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TransLingua is a leading expert in the field of Translation for the Cosmetics Industry.
Nicole Michel and Her Fellow Panelists discuss the Future of the Translation and Interpretation Industry
If you are a talented linguist that is considering making a career in the language arts, we highly recommend that you watch this seven part video series.
TransLingua Sponsors Intercambio’s Comedy for Cambio Event on March 11, 2015
Celebrate community, culture, and of course comedy at Intercambio’s Comedy for Cambio on March 11, 2015 at The Dairy Center for the Arts.
Translingua is happy to announce that we had the opportunity to provide French interpretation services for House of Champagne Krug from January 27 to January 29 in New York City.
TransLingua and Intercambio Partnership
A synergy built on communication across cultures.
Why Computers Still Can’t Translate Languages Automatically
We need to teach machines to understand the meaning of words. That’s really hard.
How I Translated The Divine Comedy
An introduction to the beauty, variety, and drive of Dante’s epic poem–plus three cantos from The Inferno.
When Being Lost in Translation Kills
Several preventable deaths in California show the dire need for legislation on medical interpreters
Why Don’t French Books Sell Abroad?
Is that our fault or theirs?
Built for Speech
Google hard at work bringing voice recognition to the mainstream
COMPANY NEWS: New Employees
Elodie was born in the suburbs of Paris, France. She spent most of her childhood holidays in her father’s hometown, a small village north of Madrid in Spain, speaking Spanish among her extended family…
Jennifer joined TransLingua in fall of 2013 as a full-time project manager. A native of Florida, she moved to New York City in 2005 to pursue a B.A. in English and French literature at Columbia University…
Irish Version of the “Cups” Song
The Carter Family classic sung in Gaelic
“Timeless book by a wonderful Italian writer. Came to mind because his English translator, the highly acclaimed William Weaver, passed away recently.” -Zack Zook, BookCourt Books