Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

A polymer  is a large molecule, or macromolecule, composed of many repeated subunits. Due to their broad range of properties,both synthetic and natural polymers play essential and ubiquitous roles in everyday life.Polymers range from familiar synthetic plastics such as polystyrene to natural biopolymers such as DNA and proteins that are fundamental to biological structure and function. Polymers, both natural and synthetic, are created via polymerization of many small molecules, known as monomers. Their consequently large molecular mass relative to small molecule compounds produces unique physical properties, including toughness, viscoelasticity, and a tendency to form glasses and semicrystalline structures rather than crystals.


  • Track 1-1Conventions and nomenclature
  • Track 1-2Structural characterization
  • Track 1-3As materials
  • Track 1-4Environmental impacts
  • Track 1-5Nucleic acids
  • Track 1-6Cellulose
  • Track 1-7Mono-dispersity
  • Track 1-8Poly-dispersity
  • Track 1-9Proteins

Biopolymers are an especially fascinating class of materials as educts for the union of biomaterials since they are normally cooperating with and are supporting cells in all living beings. For the most part, the term 'biopolymer' alludes to all polymers combined by living beings. Bioplastics are generated from biomass sources

  • Track 2-1Animals and plants
  • Track 2-2Agriculture
  • Track 2-3Product based analysis

These are a type of materials which are originated from renewable natural sources. These are basically biodegradable in nature. Sometimes it is compostable and not toxic to fruitage. From biological systems such as plants it can be produced, or chemically synthesized like from sugars or starch, Polymers are studied in the fields of biophysics and macromolecular science, and polymer science (which includes polymer chemistry and polymer physics). Historically, products arising from the linkage of repeating units by covalent chemical bonds have been the primary focus of polymer science; emerging important areas of the science now focus on non-covalent links

  • Track 3-1Biotic materials
  • Track 3-2Aliphatic-aromatic copolymer
  • Track 3-3Aliphatic polyesters
  • Track 3-4CPLA - Polylactide aliphatic copolymer
  • Track 3-5PCL – Polycaprolactone
  • Track 3-6PLA – Polylactide
  • Track 3-7Casein formaldehyde
  • Track 3-8CA - cellulose acetate
  • Track 3-9Compostable bag
  • Track 3-10Chemicals and energy derived from renewable biological resources.

Bioplastics are those types of plastics where carbon is derived from renewable feed stocks. They may be biodegradable or may not be. Basically Bio based plastics are consist of both fossil-fuel-based carbon and renewable. The percentage of bio based ingredients are used is over 70 now a days.

Polymers are studied in the fields of biophysics and macromolecular science, and polymer science (which includes polymer chemistry and polymer physics). Historically, products arising from the linkage of repeating units by covalent chemical bonds have been the primary focus of polymer science; emerging important areas of the science now focus on non-covalent links

Bioplastics are used for disposable items, such as packaging, crockery, cutlery, pots, bowls, and straws. Few commercial applications exist for bioplastics. In principle they could replace many applications for petroleum-derived plastics, however cost and performance remain problematic. As a matter of fact, their usage is favourable only if supported by specific regulations limiting the usage of conventional plastics. 



  • Track 4-1Bio-mass sources
  • Track 4-2Applications
  • Track 4-3Green house emission
  • Track 4-4By-products
  • Track 4-5Cost and market analysis
  • Track 4-6Research and development
  • Track 4-7Testing procedures
  • Track 4-8Types of bio-plastic
  • Track 4-9Environmental Impact

Plastic bundling for sustenance and non-nourishment applications is non-biodegradable, and furthermore goes through significant and rare non-sustainable assets like oil. The proposed paper will introduce a survey of late improvements in biopolymer-based sustenance bundling materials including common biopolymers, (for example, starches and proteins), manufactured biopolymers, (for example, poly lactic corrosive), biopolymer mixes, and Nano composites in light of characteristic and engineered biopolymers This is an opportune audit as there has been a current reestablished enthusiasm for inquire about investigations, both in the business and the scholarly world, towards improvement of another age of biopolymer-based sustenance bundling materials with conceivable applications in different territories.


  • Track 5-1Current issues
  • Track 5-2Materials view
  • Track 5-3Mechanism of breakdown
  • Track 5-4Overall development
  • Track 5-5Country wise growth
  • Track 5-6Annum growth

Bioinformatics is a field that gets ready traps and techniques utilizing different programming instruments for the better comprehension of organic data. It is a blend of Computer Science, Mathematics, Biology, translate organic information and Engineering to break down. Bioinformatics is utilized for silico examinations of natural questions utilizing scientific and factual procedures. All the more comprehensively, bioinformatics is connected measurements and processing to organic science. 

  • Track 6-1Impact on statistics and computing to biological science
  • Track 6-2Sequence analysis
  • Track 6-3Databases
  • Track 6-4Gene and protein expression
  • Track 6-5Analysis of cellular organization
  • Track 6-6Structural bioinformatics
  • Track 6-7Network and systems biology
  • Track 6-8Bio-logical literature and the development
  • Track 6-9Molecular biology
  • Track 6-10Computational Biology
  • Track 6-11Software and tools
  • Track 6-12Education platforms

These are common auxiliary with environmental-friendly products. It is capable enough to decompose back into natural elements. Although often comingle. Biodegradable is different than compostable. Bio-composites are an arrangement material shaped by a network and a support of characteristic filaments. Green composite are separated as a bio composite consolidated by regular filaments with biodegradable pitches

  • Track 7-1Bioremediation
  • Track 7-2Factors affecting biodegradation rate
  • Track 7-3Detergents
  • Track 7-4Plastics
  • Track 7-5Biodegradable technology
  • Track 7-6Etymology of "biodegradable"

The polymers that are used in tissue engineering are generally degradable materials. For this reason, these polymers lack sites for which interaction with cells are less. Therefore, for tissue regeneration, functional synthetic biodegradable polymers have been developed as scaffolding materials.

Polymer properties are broadly divided into several classes based on the scale at which the property is defined as well as upon its physical basis.The most basic property of a polymer is the identity of its constituent monomers. A second set of properties, known as microstructure, essentially describes the arrangement of these monomers within the polymer at the scale of a single chain.


  • Track 8-1Biochemical Factors
  • Track 8-2Physicochemical factors
  • Track 8-3Synthesis
  • Track 8-4Materials
  • Track 8-5Assembly methods
  • Track 8-6Tissue culture
  • Track 8-7Bioreactors
  • Track 8-8Long fiber generation
  • Track 8-9Bio-artificial organs
  • Track 8-10Regenerative medicine
  • Track 8-11Biometric environment

Biopolymers created by living beings, It is called as Polymeric Biomolecule. It contains monomeric units that are frames as huge form. Bioplastics are made from biomass sources. For example corn starch, vegetable fats and oils. Bioplastics can be made out of starches, biopolymers, cellulose and from different materials.

Polymer degradation is a change in the properties—tensile strength, color, shape, or molecular weight—of a polymer or polymer-based product under the influence of one or more environmental factors, such as heat, light, chemicals and, in some cases, galvanic action. It is often due to the scission of polymer chain bonds via hydrolysis, leading to a decrease in the molecular mass of the polymer.



  • Track 9-1Bio-composites
  • Track 9-2Characteristics
  • Track 9-3Classification
  • Track 9-4Flax Applications
  • Track 9-5Green Composites
  • Track 9-6Hybrid Composites
  • Track 9-7Processing
  • Track 9-8Process of Compositions
  • Track 9-9Environmental degradation
  • Track 9-10Biodegradable resins

Bio-Fiber is one kind of supplement with no amount of nutrients. Every pill are filled with overall 520 mg blend of solvent, normal and insoluble vegetable filaments which are taken from sugar beets and lemon pectin which makes relative low fiber content in the eating regimens. Microbial cellulose is basically called as bacterial cellulose as it is made from bacteria.

 A variety of laboratory techniques are used to determine the properties of polymers. Techniques such as wide angle X-ray scattering, small angle X-ray scattering, and small angle neutron scattering are used to determine the crystalline structure of polymers. Gel permeation chromatography is used to determine the number average molecular weight, weight average molecular weight, and polydispersity.


  • Track 10-1Structure and properties
  • Track 10-2Processing
  • Track 10-3Ecology
  • Track 10-4Human health
  • Track 10-5Assay
  • Track 10-6Biosynthesis
  • Track 10-7Breakdown (cellulolysis)
  • Track 10-8Breakdown (thermolysis)
  • Track 10-9Derivatives
  • Track 10-10Applications

Plastics materials are utilized overall today for huge number of utilization. The vast majority of these plastic are gotten from oil and are not biodegradable. The non-inexhaustible sources are diminishing consistently because of the high utilization. Bioplastics are utilized for dispensable things, for example, bundling earthenware, cutlery, pots, bowls, and straws. Barely any business applications exist for bioplastics

  • Track 11-1Water treatment
  • Track 11-2Plastics and fibers
  • Track 11-3Coatings
  • Track 11-4Paper and oil industry
  • Track 11-5Adhesives
  • Track 11-6Cosmetics
  • Track 11-7Textiles and clothing
  • Track 11-8Biomedical
  • Track 11-9Pharmaceutical
  • Track 11-10Rubber and automative

As the people are increasing day by day the amount of producing the plastics are even more and more. The plastics can pollute not only the grounds but also the air and the water. For this reason we have to take immediate steps for which we can be able to slow down the effects of the pollutions. 

The identity of the repeat units (monomer residues, also known as "mers") comprising a polymer is its first and most important attribute. Polymer nomenclature is generally based upon the type of monomer residues comprising the polymer. Polymers that contain only a single type of repeat unit are known as homopolymers, while polymers containing two or more types of repeat units are known as copolymers.Terpolymers contain three types of repeat units.

  • Track 12-1Impact on natural environment
  • Track 12-2Types of plastic debris
  • Track 12-3Decomposition of plastics
  • Track 12-4Persistent organic pollutants
  • Track 12-5Effects on animals
  • Track 12-6Effects on humans
  • Track 12-7Reduction efforts
  • Track 12-8Action for creating awareness

With expanding worries over the utilization of plastics, manageable contrasting options to plastics are progressively popular. Biopolymers as a rule and bioplastics specifically, exhibit one such practical option.

Items and arrangements in light of bioplastics /biopolymers introduce intriguing open doors universally, and in India. Openings are available over an assortment of mechanical segments that incorporate bundling, water, refreshments, protection materials, claim to fame materials and the sky is the limit from there

  • Track 13-1Biomolecule
  • Track 13-2Biosynthesis Reactor for Food Industries
  • Track 13-3Nano science and Nano technology
  • Track 13-4Bioenergy
  • Track 13-5Nano-fiber

The utilization of biodegradable polymers and plastics has been appeared to have numerous focal points and hindrances. Biodegradables are biopolymers that debase in modern composters. There are additionally different kinds of degradable materials that are not thought to be biopolymers, since they are oil-based, like other customary plastics. In any case, biodegradation advancing added substances for polymers have been indicated not to essentially build biodegradation

  • Track 14-1Central principles of waste management
  • Track 14-2Financial models
  • Track 14-3Applications
  • Track 14-4Recycling and reuse
  • Track 14-5Economic and energy potential
  • Track 14-6Disposal methods
  • Track 14-7Challenges in developing countries
  • Track 14-8Avoidance and reduction methods
  • Track 14-9Technologies
  • Track 14-10International waste movement
  • Track 14-11Consumer education

Fate of Biopolymers request the maker for these new materials is overpowering. However the cost-adequacy of these materials must enhance and they should contribute particularly to practical advancement. Applications utilizing the new materials ought to use the particular properties of these polymers, and the item ought to be created in view of those properties. The utilization of biopolymers could notably increment as more sturdy variants are created, and the cost to fabricate these bio-plastics keeps on going fall. \Bio-based polymers are nearer to the truth of supplanting regular polymers than at any other time. These days, bio based polymers are usually found in numerous applications from ware to hello there tech applications because of progression in biotechnologies and open mindfulness.

  • Track 15-1Charity, society and Organizations
  • Track 15-2Biopolymers in Stem Cell Technology
  • Track 15-3Ceramics and applications
  • Track 15-4Biopolymers in Drug Delivery
  • Track 15-5Global Bio-based Market growth of Biopolymers
  • Track 15-6Biopolymers in Drug Delivery
  • Track 15-7Biopolymers in Marine Sources
  • Track 15-8Biopolymers from Renewable sources
  • Track 15-9Public awareness