Working Towards Tech Regulatory Submissions Translations

Tech Regulatory Submissions Translations for Consumer Protection

This week the Harvard Business Review addressed the need for increased thought leadership in regulatory submissions for the tech world pertaining to cloud computing, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and smart robotics. As the author highlights, these technologies are so disruptive that the question is not only how they should be regulated, but if governments and regulatory bodies […]

Alternative Energy Translations Joins the Global Resurgence, including wind and solar

Alternative Energy Translations Join the Global Resurgence

With the fossil fuel industry facing daunting global challenges and governments worldwide rethinking their carbon footprints, alternative and renewable energies have had an unexpected spotlight moment during the 2020 pandemic. On the one hand, many gas and oil conglomerates have seen their global market gains depleted by reduced economic activity worldwide, as well as international […]

Translating Assisted Reproductive Technology

Translating Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and Society

One of life’s great miracles is the beginning of a new life. For some, having children is an ultimate goal in their own life-progression. Yet for people who are not able to conceive traditionally, the situation can seem dire and emotions in feeling unable to reproduce can feel devastating. The science of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) steps in where traditional reproduction leaves ff, to bring hopeful parents the successful pregnancy they desire.

pandemic translations

Pandemic Translations: New York City’s Learning-by-Doing Response

With thoughts of the latest pandemic on so many of our minds, it can be useful to look to history for context and reassurance as we try to understand our current predicament. Often, it is easy to become lost in a vague picture of the developing world as the sole bearer of afflictive disease. However, a look to the past will indicate that just a few generations ago, many, if not all, of the world’s most developed cities also faced massive disease outbreaks that challenged their best abilities to contain and manage viral threats. More broadly, it is important to recognize that public health remains a transformative, ongoing work in progress for cities everywhere and at all stages of their development.

global communications

Calling All Heroes: Global Communications

As a sudden outbreak with untold global health implications, the 2019 Coronavirus exemplifies a crisis scenario where the quality and character of the immediate response has the power to shape future efforts to tackle this incident and others like it. Seen from a global communications standpoint, the development of 2019-nCov is thematically all too familiar. As organizations and governments with the power to take up action, the need for effective communication and a coordinated, collaborative effort grows more apparent every day.

CSOFT Annual Summit in Boston

15th CSOFT Annual Summit: Dragons, Tea, and Boats, Oh My!

Our 15th Annual Summit: Global Leaders Networking event will focus on a variety of life science industry topics. Leading executives & experts from sectors such as MedTech, pharma, and diagnostics will be hosting afternoon sessions at the Boston Public Library’s ornate Courtyard Tea Room, sharing their expertise on how to expand life science products and services internationally.