At The Japanese Connection, we can provide highly skilled, expert Japanese language interpreters with experience in journals and academic services. We can provide interpreting and translation services which will support development in this sector.
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Japanese Research Interpreting Service
It is unsurprising that numerous businesses, industries, institutions and research facilities often require language assistance when communicating their research developments to one another, or to a global audience. Market research, product distribution and business relationships are also bound up in multi-national consumerism and may necessitate the help of either an interpreter or translator. The Japanese Connection can offer a network of specialist linguists with experience in the research sector. We can assist with academic journals; Research and Development; conferences; business correspondence and communication with the press, among many other services, and will always provide professional, accurate and culturally-informed language support whatever the nature of your project.
The Japanese Connection can provide linguistic experts who are highly skilled and experienced in research and development-related services and can provide interpreting and translation services which can enhance business and research.
Research in Japan
Japanese invention is esteemed all over the world. It is a country renowned for originality and innovative design and is consequently responsible for a high percentage of patents registered worldwide. Certainly, the Japanese economy relies upon constant research and product development to compensate for its lack of natural resources. This, in itself, means much Japanese research is now environmentally focussed: discovering alternative fuels and cultivating sustainable, renewable energies.
Primarily, however, Japan is a leader in consumer electronics, the automobile industry, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, all industries which require constant development and innovation. Research experienced an unprecedented boom in the mid-1980s whereby the Japanese government spent more capital upon research than the USA and producing more engineers than in every other country (except the USA). Today, Japan remains productive in the field of engineering, with 63 ‘Colleges of Technology’ educating students from secondary school age in numerous engineering fields, such as electronic, information systems and civil engineering. Although slightly less prolific in ‘basic research’, three of Japan’s Universities (Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka) are listed in the Top 50 Universities in the World and these institutions produce many prestigious academic journals in the fields of both science and the humanities. The publication of such research allows other experts to judge the relevance and worth of the work, and establish its incorporation into methodology, production, or practice.