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Specialist scientific and patent translations

Our expert science translators cover a wide range of fields. Whether it is chemistry, physics, mathematics, or engineering, we have a translator available with the right kind of qualifications to compose a professional and accurate translation of your most complicated scientific documents. We also offer professional patent translations, which are discussed below.


If you have initiated a PCT procedure via the World Intellectual Property Organisation, then you can only apply for a patent for another EU country via the regional phase (the European procedure). After completing the PCT procedure (this means before the end of the thirtieth month from the priority date) you will enter into the regional or national phase in order to decide in which countries you wish to establish patent rights.

You can legalise a European patent by meeting the legal translation requirements. You can read about these requirements in the Patents Act 1995 and the corresponding Executory Decision.

The London Agreement simplifies the rules for translating European patents. This agreement reduces the costs for European patents. The agreement came into force on 1 May 2008.

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