Eleven grants from Google for the Apertium project

The free/open-source machine translation platform Apertium, originally created by the Transducens group, has been selected again by the Google Summer of Code initiative. This summer, eleven students from several countries around the world (out of the 1,200 total students participating in the programme) will get a grant of 5,000 USD from Google to work for Apertium for three months. In addition, two members of Transducens (Francis Tyers and Mikel L. Forcada) will participate in this edition of Google Summer of Code as mentors of some of these students.