Launch of Translate Science blog.translatescience.org/laun

We are a new working group that wants to build tools to make of scientific articles/reports/books, abstracts, titles and terms more accessible and (thus) stimulate the production of such translations.

Call for Contributions for the "2nd Workshop on Data and research objects management for Linked Open Science" (DaMaLOS 2021) at "The 20th International Semantic Web Conference". zbmed.github.io/damalos/

"We welcome contributions on data and research objects management plans, FAIRification supporting Open Science, linking approaches on metadata + publications + data + software, and research supporting open and transparent digital research ecosystems."

@JordiGH I cannot vouch for them, but over the years I came across these firms doing translation work.
wiki.translatescience.org/inde

Cochrane build a task exchange for the medical sciences. Including people asking for and offering translation work.
taskexchange.cochrane.org

Maybe that would be a nice idea for science in general.

The day has arrived. I can finally present you all my new project.
Inspired by NewPipe, Nitter, Invidious or Bibliogram, here comes Lingva, an alternative Front-end for Google Translate.

github.com/TheDavidDelta/lingv

It's a completely Free and Open Source project, so you can host your own instance. The directions are on the project's README.
You can also make any kind of contribution. Feel free to Pull Request.

Project proposal published in RIO: "FAIR and open multilingual clinical trials in Wikidata and Wikipedia." riojournal.com/article/66490/

The Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal publishes project proposals, data, methods, workflows, software, project reports and research articles.

FediScience.org

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