At SIGILLUM, we have a wealth of experience in scientific translation.


Examples of translations for researchers:

  • scientific publications – studies, abstracts, monographs, etc.
  • scientific documentation (including patent specifications, applications for implementation studies and grants)
  • scientific conferences and meetings of researchers
  • scientific presentations and lectures
  • correspondence
  • scientific expert opinions
  • scientific source queries at special request

Editing scientific papers/studies written in your second language.

It appears that the sense in which a word or a phrase “has a meaning” is derivative from the sense in which a sentence “has a meaning”. It may justly be urged that, properly speaking, what alone has meaning is a sentence.

John Langshaw Austin, The Meaning of a Word


Only the proposition has sense; only in the context of a proposition has a name meaning.

Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus logico-philosophicus