The current industrial revolution started by the advances in biotechnology can be compared to the industrial revolution of the 19th century. The market for products based on biotechnological and genetic research is increasing. Modern medical care, in particular cancer therapy and the treatment of infectional diseases, is based to a large extent on the findings of biological research that was carried out with biotech devices.
Fundamental biological research in the fields of microbiology and molecular biology seeks to find new solutions for the challenges of the 21st century. Research in life sciences aims to improve food products, to find new biological materials, and to produce energy from sustainable and renewable resources.
While working in-house as a translator in a genomics laboratory I specialised in biotech and biology translations. Continuing professional development guarantees that I keep abreast of the latest developments in these fields. And as a passionate gardener plant biology (botany) is one of my favourite fields of my translation work in the area of biology. Specialist biotech and biology translations are only offered from English, French, and Greek into German.*
all you can translate offers the following specialist translations in the fields of biotechnology and biology:
While in genetics the focus of study is frequently only on single genes, in genomics all DNA sequences of the whole genome of a particular organism is analysed. In structural genomics genomes are mapped, whereas functional genomics focuses on the dynamic aspects such as the transcription of genes or the regulation of gene expression. The so-called next-generation sequencing (NGS), an advanced method for DNA sequencing, plays a crucial role in this research.
I am specialised on biotech translations in the area of genomic research, namely in next-generation sequencing, and my continuing professional development in this field guarantees that the customer will receive a high quality translation of his or her genomics-related document. all you can translate provides translations in this field from English, French, and Greek into German.
Proteomics is the scientific area that deals with the so-called proteome, i..e. all proteines expressed by a genome, cel, tissue, or organism under specific conditions at a specific time. As proteines are involved in metabolic processes, proteome analysis is an important basis for the development of new therapies in cancer research and the treatment of infectional diseases and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's or Alzheimer disease. An important method of analysis of proteomics is mass spectrometry. In mass spectrometry the substance ionised, and then the charged molecules are separated according to the mass-to-charge ratio and detected.
all you can translate provides translations for the field of proteomics, namely in the area of mass spectrometry.
I provide translations in the field of genomics (next-generation sequencing) and proteomics (mass spectrometry) from English, French, and Greek into her mothertongue German for the following types of documents:
It goes without saying that all you can translate offers specialist translations of documents related to equipment necessary for biotechnological applications. I have extensive experience in the translation of user manuals for staining devices and centrifugues, IFUs for incubators, and material safety data sheets of reagents and PCR kits from English into German.
I translate documents for the following products:
Documents: User manuals, documentations, patents, material safety data sheets (MSDS), scientific articles/reviews, software/graphical user interfaces (GUIs) as well as websites, brochures, and product descriptions.
Languages: German, English, French, Greek.