Tuesday, July 30, 2013

More resources for technical and scientific translators

Débora C. de D’Eramo, an English>Spanish translator, has provided yet another bunch of links that readers here will find useful. Like her previous posts with glossaries, dictionaries, and references, these resources span a wide range of subject matters and include several languages. Be sure to watch the fun video on how transistors work!

Bioinformatics glossary (EN)

The ISI glossary of statistical terms (multilingual)

Glossary of terms for the electronic publishing, graphic arts, and printing industries (EN)

Dictionaries & Thesauri
IMS Technical Dictionary (EN-DE) – 90,000 terms related to ferrous metallurgy, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering

Multilingual dictionary of jewelry and giftware (EN, FR, ES, DE and IT)

Technical English-Spanish vocabulary (updated weekly)

How does a transistor work? (video)

Débora C. de D’Eramo is an English>Spanish translation specialist with a freelance practice focused on life science, technology and business. She has more than 10 years of experience in the field and has worked on pharmaceuticals, health care and scientific projects. You can find her at her website, www.accuwords.com or follow her on Twitter (@AccuWordsTrans). Contact: dc.deramo(at)gmail.com

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