Our biology group has decided to name our project something Latin in keeping with Rudolf Virchow's statement "Omnis cellula e cellula" (all cells from cells). Our topic is cell evolution and we want to say:
We understand Google Translate is probably incorrect, which gives us different results depending on if a period was added to the English. There it says:All Cells from Elements: The Origins of Life
Will you help us clean that up? The last focus is punctuation. As in English, will a colon be fine separating the two?Part 1: Omnia quae de cellulis. (for "All cells from elements.")
Part 2: Initium vitæ. (for "The Origins of Life.")
Thank you very much. We really appreciate the help.