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We are pleased to share our first project update of the year, packed with information on new papers and other good news. The first phase of the translatE project has come to an end last month. Thanks to all your enormous contribution and support, we have...

It's great to see some media coverage of our new publication: "The role of non-English-language science in informing national biodiversity assessments", this time in Tasmania! Listen to Tatsuya talking about it at ABC radio Tasmania Afternoons with Joel Rheinberger here (from 2:04:32)....

We are pleased to see the publication of our latest paper "The role of non-English-language science in informing national biodiversity assessments" in Nature Sustainability. In this paper we surveyed 37 countries where English is not an official language, and found that 65% of the references cited...

After Science updated its editorial policy to ban the use of text generated by AI tools in scientific papers, we wrote a letter to the Editor raising our concern about the decision made. We argue that AI tools like ChatGPT and DeepL could help alleviate current...

It is our great pleasure to give you our December 2022 project update. It includes recent publications and presentations from the project, media coverage, a brief update on two of our sub-projects, and exciting news on having secured a new grant. We would like to thank...

Our new paper “Trends and progress in studying butterfly migration” led by Shawan Chowdhury, previously at the UQ and now at iDiv, has been published in Integrative Conservation. This study reviewed studies on butterfly migration published in six languages (English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean,...