Welcome to the website of the American Translators Association’s (ATA) Science and Technology Division (S&TD). Take a look around to learn more about us. If you are a professional translator or interpreter and are not already a member of ATA or the division, we encourage you to join here.
Have you considered presenting at the 58th Annual Conference in Washington, DC? Here’s how:
We have posted two articles on our blog
- "A Review of Raquel Yáker Alazrachi's Glossary of Petroleum, Environment and Natural Gas, English-Spanish, Spanish-English, Second Edition,” by Clarisa Moraña
- "The 4 S’s, part 1: Skill,” by Patrick Weill
The latest report from the Administrator to the ATA Board is now available under the Official Business tab.
Happy 2017 from the Science & Technology Division!
Did you know that presentation proposals for the 58th Annual Conference in Washington, DC are due by Friday, March 3? We encourage members to start thinking about proposal topics now. For more information about the process, visit www.atanet.org/conferencesandseminars/proposal.php or contact your Division Administrators at divisionS_TD@atanet.org with your ideas.
We have posted two new articles on our blog:
- "Beware of fraudulent websites that could ruin your reputation or worse: how I achieved a happy ending," by Carola F. Berger
- "Review of Tapani Ronni’s Session on CRISPR at the ATA 57th Annual Conference," by Brooke A. Cochran
Did you know that our Division has a listserv, a Facebook group, a LinkedIn group, and a Twitter account? Join the conversation at:
Do you have any Guest Speaker ideas for ATA58? Proposals for Guest Speakers will be due in early January, so now is the time to email us at divisionS_TD@atanet.org.
Our new Blog Editor, Patrick Weill, has posted three new articles on the blog:
- “Review of Tapani Ronni’s Session on CRISPR at the ATA 57th Annual Conference,” by Brooke A. Cochran
- “Review of the Lecture Given at ATA 57 by the S&T Division’s Guest Speaker, Dr. Carl Haber: ‘Seeing Voices: Using Light to Restore and Preserve Early Recorded Sound’,” by Patrick Weill
- “Introducing: New Blog Editor,” by Patrick Weill
New contributors to the blog are always welcome! Please contact Patrick with your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Looking for ATA57 presentations? We have uploaded slides from five presentations to the section Resources > Conference Materials
on our website:
- “CRISPR Gene Editing: From Tailored Gene Therapy to Species Engineering,” by Tapani Ronni, PhD
- “English for Environmental Content - Working with NGOs and Financial/Multilateral Institutions,” by Melissa Harkin
- “Helping You Communicate Better - Beyond Navigation Established and Emerging Satellite Applications,” by Karl Pfeiffer, CT
- “Translating Henri Poincaré,” by Bruce Popp, PhD
- “What Goes There? The Inception and Development of Chemical Regulatory Legislation,” by Matthew Schlecht, PhD