Four secondary school students from across the island of Ireland will team up to test their language decoding skills against the world’s best at the International Linguistics Olympiad in Beijing, China, in July. The students, from Dublin, Antrim, Kerry and Cork, finished ahead of 100 opponents in the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) Finals, which were recently held at Trinity College Dublin.
CNGL researchers have developed an innovative content quality assurance tool that helps to ensure consistent communication of an organisation’s unique brand voice across global markets. The tool, created in collaboration with partners Cisco, Intel, Symantec and Welocalize, protects stylistic consistency and brand integrity of multilingual content. Inconsistent brand messages confuse consumers, making them less likely
CNGL hosted the concluding stage of a nationwide search to find Ireland’s top young problem solver at the All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) Finals on 25 March 2014 at Trinity College Dublin.
Congratulations to Teresa Lynn and Dasha Bogdanova, two CNGL-funded PhD researchers who recently won prestigious scholarships to study in the United States and Brazil. Teresa Lynn, PhD student at Dublin City University, won a Fulbright-Enterprise Ireland Student Award, and will spend six months, from September 2014 until March 2015 at Saint Louis University, Missouri. While