MultiLing is an Official Sponsor of DIESELMEDAILLE 2011

| MultiLing Germany announced today that it will be an official Sponsor of DIESELMEDAILLE 2011, Germany’s longest running inventor award. DIESELMEDAILLE was co-founded by Eugen Diesel, son of the engine designer Rudolf Diesel, in 1952. Since that time, DIESEL gold medals have been awarded to approximately 400 inventors, including several Nobel Prize winners such as Herrmann Staudinger, Jan Enders, Ernst Ruska and Manfred Eigen. Among the first to receive the prize was scientist Wernher von Braun. The list of awarded persons also includes the founders of the world-wide software company SAP, Dietmar Hopp, Hasso Plattner and Klaus E. Tschira, as well as German entrepreneurs like Anthon Kathrein (antenna technology) and Walter Sennheiser (audio acoustics).

The ceremony will be held on November 30 at the renowned Deutsche Museum in Munich, the world’s largest technology and science museum. The judges will award four DIESEL medals in the following categories: best innovation, most sustainable innovation, best innovation funding and best media communication. The winners will be announced during a ceremony attended by 200 selected guests.

Michael Sneddon, CEO of MultiLing, who will participate in the event, announced today that he is proud to be a sponsor of this outstanding event. “MultiLing is highly involved in the worldwide innovation process. All our offices in the USA, Japan, China, Korea, Italy and Peru have a strong focus on patent related translations and serve several large companies in this particular field. They choose MultiLing because we guarantee a maximum level of translation quality, which is inevitable in patent translation.”
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Founded in 1988, MultiLing specializes in translating for the patent, IT, chemical, medical technology, biotechnology and automotive industries. Current clients include many Fortune 500 companies such as Dell, Procter & Gamble, Siemens, TYCO, Münchener Rück, LSI Corporation and Promise Technology. For more information see MultiLing’s website.