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Life Science is concerned with the study of plants, animals and human beings and microorganisms and includes subjects like biochemistry, neuroscience, cell biology and ecology. Biology is very much at the core of this field, but new research in more interdisciplinary fields has led to use of the broad term: Life Sciences. The fields of biotechnology and bio-engineering, for example, are becoming more important and bio-technicians are researching ways in which environmental, health and lifestyle issues can be addressed through applying biology to technology. Everyday systems like organic food and biodegradable materials are examples of products developed through extensive research in these fields. Bio-engineers and technicians apply biological facts to practical, technological and medical matters in order to address environmental, health and lifestyle concerns.
The multiple sectors and international instituations and businesses involved in the Life Sciences industry make it inevitable that language barriers will arise. As a far-ranging discipline with its own very diverse and specialized vocabulary, it is vitally important that a translator understands terminology associated with Life Science specifications. TJC Global can provide a professional translation service, with accurate and precise translations, an understanding of specific terminology, and general knowledge of the biological industry. We offer translation services for all your requirements, including assistance with: academic journals, research, conference papers, international collaborations, legislation, business correspondence, instruction manuals and guidelines.
Looking for Interpretation Services? Please see our Life Sciences Interpreting page or use the FREE Quote system on the right.
For more information about our specific service fields within the Life Sciences Sector, please see the following pages:
|Biotechnology||Biofuel Industry||Biomedical Engineering|
|Pharmaceuticals||Bioethanol Industry||Clinical Engineering|
Some examples of other areas we cover in the Life Science sector:
|Molecular Biology||Amino Acid Biology||Developmental Biology||Biological Polymers|
|Marine Biology||Gene Theory||Biogeography||Enzyme Research|
|Botany||Cell Theory||Biological Psychiatry||Genetics|
|DNA Sequencing||Ecology||Bionics||Oncolytic Viruses|
|Immune System Biology||Taxonomy||Biomedical||Oncology/Oncolytic Research|
|Stem Cell Biology||Evolutionary Biology||Biotechnology||Carbohydrates|
|Protein Synthesis||Biophysics||Gene Expression||Physical Chemistry|
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