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The ATA Podcast

American Translators Association

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ATA is a professional association founded to advance the translation and interpreting professions and foster the professional development of individual translators and interpreters.
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Slovo, Podcast of the ATA Slavic Languages Division

Slavic Languages Division of the American Translators Association

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Welcome to Slovo, a Podcast of the ATA Slavic Languages Division! The Slavic Languages Division (SLD) of the American Translators Association (ATA) brings together professional translators and interpreters working with English and one or more of the Slavic languages spoken in Eastern Europe and the non-Slavic languages of the former Soviet bloc. On this channel, we'll be discussing topics of interest for translators and interpreters from Slavic languages into English and vice versa. We're av ...
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The Spanish Language Division (SPD) is the American Translators Association (ATA)’s largest division. With over 4,000 members around the world, we help the world to connect in Spanish.The aim of this PODCAST is to help you move forward, evolve and improve your business and your lifestyle as a language professional.Throughout these episodes, the members of the ATA Spanish Division and special guests will share ideas and actionable strategies for greater motivation, creativity, communication a ...
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NPP BrainPod

Nature Publishing Group

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BrainPod is the podcast from the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, produced in association with Nature Publishing Group. Join us as we delve into the latest basic and clinical research that advance our understanding of the brain and behavior, featuring highlighted content from a top journal in fields of neuroscience, psychiatry, and pharmacology. For complete access to the original papers and reviews featured in this podcast, subscribe to Neuropsychopharmacology. Hosted on Acast. See acast.co ...
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When it comes to healthcare, not everyone considers the uniqueness of dentistry in terms of the training and expertise it requires from dentists and hygienists. This distinction manifests itself through the language used in the field, which requires careful research and attention to translate effectively. As well, dentistry tends to be on the foref…
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Host Halla Goins chats with Russian linguist Viktoryia Baum about transitioning from starting a Bachelor’s in teaching ESL to finishing a Master’s of Conference Interpreting, adventures interpreting in the aerospace sector, and helping implement New York’s language access law.By Slavic Languages Division of the American Translators Association
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Scientists have been amassing an increasing amount of evidence about the impact of racial discrimination and racial trauma, including how it can have an impact on brain regions involved with threat vigilance and emotional regulation. At the same time, there’s evidence that increased engagement in those areas has been linked to increased risk of men…
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ATA presents annual and biennial awards to encourage, reward, and publicize outstanding work done by both seasoned professionals and students of our craft. ATA recognizes our colleagues who, through their daily work, volunteer activities, and careers exemplify the qualities that define excellence in our field or who have made a significant impact o…
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En el episodio número 25 del podcast de la División de Español (SPD) de la ATA, nuestros invitados, Dustin Guerri y Federico Cristante, comparten experiencias sobre sus trabajos más desafiantes e interesantes, destacando la importancia de la especialización en el ámbito de la traducción. Exploran las diferencias entre la traducción editorial y lite…
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En este podcast especial de la División de Español (SPD) de la American Translators Association, nuestro colega Anthony Alencar, de origen brasileño, pero gran admirador del idioma y la literatura española, colabora como entrevistador invitado del episodio conmemorativo del Día del Idioma Español. Los invitados de este episodio son Richard Bueno, d…
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There’s a hormone called ghrelin that’s secreted in the stomach, and when someone is hungry it contributes to that feeling of hunger and the need to search for food. But neurological studies have suggested that ghrelin might also play a role in compulsivity and impulsivity, and it might be related to substance use disorders. Rebecca Boeme is an ass…
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Dr. Nicole Petersen is an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at UCLA. Her commentary is a new paper in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, called “Spotlighting SHAPERS: sex hormones associated with psychological and endocrine roles.” Dr. Petersen starts the paper describing an unnamed signaling molecule tha…
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Medical translation is a large umbrella, and it’s important to not overlook the many specialized, unique fields that stem from it! One of them is the important type of medical translation that deals not with human patients, but with our beloved small and large animals: veterinary translation. In this episode of Inside Specialization, we hear from V…
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Without a mentor, how do you expect to change and grow as a professional? That's where ATA's Mastermind Program comes in! Translators and interpreters often go into business understanding that finding and retaining clients will be hard work. What many fail to see, however, is the difficulty in running a business alone and not always knowing what to…
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Sports recreation and entertainment remains a field that unites the world, and the emergence of new video technology and streaming has only made people more able to follow and enjoy the sports they love. With increased access comes an increased need for sports interpreting to allow more audiences to connect and understand what they are watching. He…
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En este dinámico episodio de pódcast, exploramos el mundo de la American Translators Association (ATA) y ofrecemos una cautivadora mirada a las experiencias de los asistentes a la conferencia ATA64 en Miami. Grabado en medio del bullicioso ambiente de la conferencia, entablamos conversaciones con colegas con amplia experiencia que exponen sus punto…
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Serotonin is a critical chemical when it comes to a number of psychiatric conditions, such as OCD, where it seems to play a particular role in cognitive flexibility. That is, serotonin levels are related to the fact that someone is perseverating on intrusive thoughts or compulsions and isn’t able to be as flexible as otherwise would be necessary. T…
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Join ATA Podcast co-host Andie Ho as she interviews Tony Guerra, chair of the ATA Membership Committee, about all the benefits that can come from ATA membership! Whether you're a veteran linguist or just starting out in the field, this episode covers the major impact that ATA can have on your career, your sense of community, and how you grow as a T…
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Do you know the difference between moisturizing and hydrating? In this Inside Specialization interview, we hear from Berenice Font, who has specialized in the beauty and cosmetic industry for more than 15 years as a translator, transcreator, copywriter, editor, and consultant. She tells us about what makes this line of specialization exciting, fun,…
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In this episode of the ATA Podcast, we talk to new ATA President Veronika Demichelis and revisit this year of transition for ATA. Listen in as Host Matt Baird asks Veronika about changes in ATA--like membership, the work of our volunteers, the ATA Board, our committees, ATA headquarters, and where ATA currently stands. Among other things overviewin…
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Where do linguists fit in the current era of artificial intelligence? In this ATA Podcast episode of Inside Specialization, Daniel Sebesta, ATA's Language Technology Division (LTD) administrator, and Bridget Hylak, LTD assistant administrator, interview Konstantin Dranch, co-founder of Custom.MT, on a variety of topics surrounding machine translati…
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The drug naloxone, otherwise known as Narcan, is a critical tool in reversing fentanyl overdoses and reducing mortality. But now fentanyl is appearing on the streets adulterated with a drug called xylazine. Justin Strickland, assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Cassandra Gipson-Reichardt, associate professor in t…
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This year for International Translation Day, Matt Baird and Andie Ho co-host the podcast for the first time to spotlight the importance of joining professional translation and interpreting associations. This episode's guests, Céline Browning and Marco Díaz, are great examples! Why? Although Céline and Marco have followed completely different career…
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ATA will hold its regularly scheduled elections at the upcoming ATA 64th Annual Conference in Miami, Florida (October 25-28, 2023) to elect a president-elect, secretary, and treasurer for a two-year term, as well as three directors for a three-year term. In this podcast, each candidate gets a chance to introduce themselves. Listen to learn: Where t…
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ATA will hold its regularly scheduled elections at the upcoming ATA 64th Annual Conference in Miami, Florida (October 25-28, 2023) to elect a president-elect, secretary, and treasurer for a two-year term, as well as three directors for a three-year term. In this podcast, each candidate gets a chance to introduce themselves. Listen to learn: Where t…
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