Professional Biochemical Translations
Biochemistry is a huge part of the life sciences; as the study of the chemical and biological processes that occur in living organisms, it is closely tied to the research and development process for new drug therapies, agriculture processes, and even alternate energy resources. Through learning more about these organic and biological chemical processes, diseases and human health are better understood as well as potential treatments and methods of health management. In addition to the application of biochemistry for pharmaceutical companies, biochemical engineering is essential for the nutrition, agriculture, and renewable energy sectors in the life sciences. Regardless of the application of biochemistry, the need for technically accurate translations is crucial not only for success of the product, but also to ensure safety in its functions.
CSOFT has the experience and expertise for all biochemical translation needs. Utilizing our extensive network of subject matter experts and in-country linguists, we provide high quality translation solutions in over 250 languages for life science companies involved in biochemicals.
- eLearning & Training materials
- Data sheets
- Labels and packaging
- User manuals
- Regulatory compliance documents
- Safety Data Sheets (SDSs)/ Extended Safety Data Sheets (eSDSs)
- Exposure scenarios
- Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)
- Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
- Chemical Safety Reports (CSRs)
- Chemical hazard assessments
We also have experience translating a variety of different document types, including:
- MS Word
- MS Excel
Biochemistry Vs. Biotechnology
Biochemistry and biotechnology are both branches of the life sciences that study living organisms. While biochemistry deals with the study of processes in a living cell, biotechnology is an applied science within biochemistry, which utilizes technology and techniques to study these pathways, as well as use them in application. Whether its stem cell research, biomedical engineering, or bioreactor implementation, CSOFT provides technically accurate translation and localization solutions for biotechnology companies.
Learn more about our communication solutions for biotech companies.
Pharmaceutical Biochemical Translations
Pharmaceutical biochemistry, including pharmacology and pharmacovigilance, is the study of specific drugs relating to metabolism of human health. Understanding biochemicals, and in turn chemical processes in the body, facilitates a deeper comprehension of bodily functions and processes like hormone release, digestion, and muscle response. These responses are vital in not only gaining a better understanding of the human body and how it functions, but also in the ability to test drugs’ efficacy and safety.
CSOFT works with pharmaceutical and CROs involved in the research and development of new treatment and management options for diseases. We are an ISO certified company, with standards 13485:2016 and ISO 9001:2015, as well as compliant with ISO 17100 and leverage best practices from ISO 27001.
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Agriculture Biochemical Translation Solutions
From fertilizer to insecticides to gasoline for machinery, the agriculture industry relies heavily on chemicals to support and grow business. Biochemical solutions for the agriculture industry include identifying plant hormones and their use for creating genetically modified (GMO) versions of their original chemical makeup to improve a variety of different problems the agriculture industry faces like increasing crop yields, improving quality of food, reducing labor costs, and extending harvest life. As a constantly evolving industry, the need for quick and reliable translation when exporting and importing agricultural products is extremely important for success in global markets.
CSOFT provides high-quality chemical translation solutions for agriculture companies including agrochemical enterprise recourse planning (ERP), quality management software applications and websites in over 250 languages.
Renewable Energy: Biofuel Translations
In the field of renewable energy, biochemistry has gained widespread attention through the application of biofuel. Biofuel is any fuel that is created from biomass, or any plant, algae, or animal waste material. Common examples include wood, ethanoyl, biodiesel, and methane, and is considered to be a cost-effective and environmentally friendly option over typical fossil fuel or petroleum uses. With increasing interest in renewable energy, accurate and high-quality translation of sources like biofuel is crucial for global market access and success.
CSOFT has over 20 years of experience working with sustainable energy organizations looking to expand in global markets. We employ professional, in-country linguists with a minimum of 7 years of experience to and our network of over 10,000 subject matter experts, ensuring we provide the highest-quality translation and localization solutions for life science companies involved in renewable energy.
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Nutritional Biochemistry Translation Solutions
Much of what is involved in biochemicals actually directly link to nutrition. For example, there are four main classifications for biochemical compounds: lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids, which are all comprised of carbon in some way . These four compounds also are essential for human survival, and found in the food we eat through alternate forms like fats, sugars, starches, enzymes, etc. The nutritional value of food, and the impact consuming foods has on an individual’s health, is crucial in better understanding human health, including disease susceptibility.
CSOFT works with life science companies involved in the research of nutrition for improving human health, as well as professionals in the nutrition industry. We understand the importance of customized solutions in a timely manner; to ensure we surpass quality and time standards, we utilize our advanced, cloud-based translation technology to help those involved with nutritional biochemistry succeed in new markets.