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September 30, 2016 –  Innovation and technology, transparency and sharing are keywords for R&D in Dotwords, which has just recruited young talent , Luca Pesenti to handle this strategic function. Luca has begun rolling out the  Plunet Corporate Edition and QualityManager, solutions, configuring and customizing the software to meet the needs of the translation process

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September 20, 2016 – Research conducted by the Mobility and Inclusion in Multilingual Europe (MIME) project funded by the European Union rejects the idea that it would be more efficient and inclusive to reduce the number of official EU languages: a survey by the project coordinator, Michele Gazzola, shows that this would prevent 4 Europeans

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September 15, 2016 – Dotwords took part in the 2016 Translation Technology Insights Research, an international market survey on translations conducted by SDL Trados, the translation software suite implementing the world’s most advanced and popular Computer-Aided Translation tools (CAT). More than 2,700 professionals were interviewed for this year’s survey: freelance translators, Language Service Providers and

DAILYWORD: ROOT

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 by
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September 7th 2016 – Have we discovered the root?     Here’s more: NEW STATEMENT

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September 7, 2016 – A research group from Penn State university in the USA has been commissioned to conduct a survey on behalf of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences’ (AAAS) Commission on Language Learning – using input from the US Congress – to assess the consequences of multilingualism on American society. The preliminary

DAILYWORD: WRINKLES

Monday, 05 September 2016 by
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September 5 2016 -Here are the wrinkles of our language.     Here’s more: NPR

DAILYWORD: VIOLENCE

Thursday, 01 September 2016 by
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September 1st 2016 – Can language be considered Violence?     Here’s more: SPECTATOR

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