It gives us an immense pleasure in inviting all the interested people all over the world to attend the conference entitled as “6th Global Congress and Expo on Biotechnology” scheduled on February 01-02, 2021 in Paris, France. It aims to be one of the remarkable International Conferences for providing the innovative and emerging advances in the field of Biotechnology. Biotechnology 2021 is sponsored by Pulsus Conferences and organised around the theme “Congregate to scrutinize the recent trends in Biotechnology”.
Track 2: Medicinal Biotechnology:
Medicinal Biotechnology is one of the rapidly growing fields of Biotechnology in the recent years which help in the production of medical products that are used for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of several dreadful diseases. Medicinal Biotechnology is also being used to manufacture the already existing medicines relatively at ease and cheap. The genetically engineered microbes are being utilized to treat deadly diseases in human beings at a low cost. Medicinal Biotechnology makes use of living cells and cellular materials to produce pharmaceutical and diagnostic products for treating diseases.
- Track 2-1 Genetic Testing
- Track 2-2 Drug Production
- Track 2-3 Organ Culture
- Track 2-4 Pharmacogenomics
- Track 2-5 Genome editing
- Track 2-6 Transgenesis
Track 3: Industrial Biotechnology
Industrial Biotechnology is known as White Biotechnology. It remains as one of the most promising approaches in the fields like pollution prevention, cost reduction and resource conservation. This field of biotechnology utilizes biological systems such as microbes and enzymes for producing industrial products that includes chemicals, food materials, energy carriers, plastics, detergents, textiles, and so on. Industrial Biotechnologists discovers and enhances the naturally occurring enzymes using various specialised techniques. Industrial Biotechnology arises as a powerful new technology because of the involvement of the enzyme catalyst.
- Track 3-1 Synthetic fuels
- Track 3-2 Bioleaching
- Track 3-3 Fermentation Products
- Track 3-4 Microbial biomass
- Track 3-5 Food enzymes
- Track 3-6 Healthcare products
Track 4: Environmental Biotechnology
Environmental biotechnology is a branch of science that deals with the use of microorganisms for the improvement of the environment. It mainly focuses to remediate the environmental issues using the advances of Biotechnology. The experts emphasize in creating novel products and analyse their relationships which aids in protecting and restoring the environment. In this field, Biotechnologists uses plants for filtering the pollutants present in the soil, water, air hence to develop sustainable processes in order to prevent pollution. It is concerned to be one of the emerging technologies in the view of environmental protection, since industrialisation, urbanization have resulted in threatened environment
- Track 4-1 Waste management
- Track 4-2 Pollution control
- Track 4-3 Molecular Ecology
- Track 4-4 Bioremediation
- Track 4-5 Biofertilisation
- Track 4-6 Biomass Production
Track 5: Plant Biotechnology
Plant Biotechnology is a branch of biological science that uses a set of methodologies for adapting the plants for particular necessity. This technology aids in producing new varieties and traits of plant crops with enhanced characteristics. This helps in reducing the number of undesirable food products by eliminating the allergens by altering the protein sequences. It proves to be a powerful tool for the development of new plant species and varieties. Plant Biotechnology encloses a multiple scientific tools and techniques for genetic modification of plants to produce plants or plant products that are beneficial.
- Track 5-1 Phyto-pathogens
- Track 5-2 Nutritional Quality
- Track 5-3 Drought resistance
- Track 5-4 Micro-propagation
- Track 5-5 Plant breeding
- Track 5-6 Plant Tissue culture
Track 6: Bioprocess Biotechnology
Bioprocess Biotechnology is a branch that concerns with the depiction and development of instruments and processes using the living cells and components for formulating desired products like agriculture, pharmaceutical, chemicals, food and so on. This discipline of biotechnology also includes the principles of electrical, mechanical, industrial engineers in order to processes based on the usage of living cells and its components. It also deals with the study of various biotechnological procedures that are being used in the industries optimized and high quality production of biological products.
- Track 6-1 Enzyme technology
- Track 6-2 Renewable chemicals
- Track 6-3 Energy crops
- Track 6-4 Growth stimulating agents
- Track 6-5 Biological insecticides
Track 7: Cell Biology
Cell Biology is the branch of biology that deals with the study of cells and its components. Cell Biology is also known to be called as Cytology. It mainly deals with the functioning of the cells, subcellular processes and interaction of cells with one another. Cell Biology is used to explore more details about how the cells usually work and how the disruptions in the normal functioning of cells results in disease. The knowledge of cell biology plays a vital role in the research work of Cancer and other dreadful diseases.
- Track 7-1 Cell metabolism
- Track 7-2 Cell composition
- Track 7-3 Cell cycle
- Track 7-4 Cell communication
- Track 7-5 Cell culture
- Track 7-6 Cyto-chemistry
Track 8: Animal Biotechnology
Animal Biotechnology is a discipline of Biotechnology where the techniques of Molecular Biology are used for producing genetically engineered species of animals in the view of improving the felicity of pharmaceutical, agriculture, industrial applications. Animal Biotechnology helps in saving the use of animals and also their expenses in feeding, housing and cleaning them. Animal Biotechnology mainly focuses in the improvement of the animal and their products since these products helps in promoting the human health. It also assists in improving the health of animals by producing disease resistant animals.
- Track 8-1 Animal cloning
- Track 8-2 Artificial Insemination
- Track 8-3 Embryo transfer
- Track 8-4 Bovine somatotropin
- Track 8-5 Animal Vaccination
- Track 8-6 Xenotransplantation
Track 9: Food and Nutritional Biotechnology
Biotechnology promises in providing changes in plants and livestock production that helps to develop diet-based nutrition. Biotechnology and its recent advances play a very important in the food industry that includes production of food ingredients, flavours, food additives and so on. Biotechnological advanced techniques is also involved in the food testing and diagnostics of food constituents. This technology assists in the modification of genes in the food sources like plants, animals and microbes.
- Track 9-1 Nutri-genomics
- Track 9-2 Food preservation
- Track 9-3 Food flavours
- Track 9-4 Food quality
- Track 9-5 Meat science
Track 10: Genetic Engineering
Genetic Engineering is also known to be called as Genetic Manipulation. In this technology the genes of the particular organism is being modified and produces a new species. Genetic Engineering potentially helps in getting rid of the most severe genetic disorders. Genetic Engineering proves to be a very promising technology that plays a vital role in every aspects of Biotechnology. It helps in the development of improved quality of agricultural products, pharmaceuticals, food products, and industrial chemicals.
- Track 10-1 Somatic hybridization
- Track 10-2 Somaclonal variation
- Track 10-3 Mutation breeding
- Track 10-4 Interspecies crossing
- Track 10-5 Embryo rescue
- Track 10-6 Cell selection
Track 11: Immunology
Immunology is the branch of Biological science that deals with the study of immune system which protects all the organisms from infectious and deadly diseases. Immune system plays a vital role in the human body’s defence mechanism. Immunology has a wide range of applications in the medical field that includes organ transplantation, oncology, virology, rheumatology, parasitology, dermatology. Immunology determines the functioning of the immune system in both healthy and diseased conditions.
- Track 11-1 Immunodeficiency
- Track 11-2 Autoimmunity
- Track 11-3 Immunotherapy
- Track 11-4 Eco-immunology
- Track 11-5 Clinical immunology
Track 12: Toxicology
Toxicology is the branch of science that involves biology, chemistry, pharmacology and medicine in order to study and analyse the harmful effects and nature of the chemical substance present in the living organism which possesses the toxic agents. The highest significance of toxicology is the relationship between the dosages of the substance and its effects on the organism in which it is exposed. The supreme goal of toxicity is the identification of the adverse effects of the substance and to ascertain whether the substance cause cancer. Toxicology makes use of the power of science for predicting how the chemical substance cause harm to the public health.
- Track 12-1 Analytical toxicology
- Track 12-2 Clinical toxicology
- Track 12-3 Forensic toxicology
- Track 12-4 Veterinary toxicology
- Track 12-5 Applied toxicology
Track 13: Microbiology
Microbiology is a biological discipline that is concerned with the study of the microorganisms which can be viewed only under the microscope and visible through naked eyes. It mainly focuses to identify and characterize the microbes and their interaction with the surrounding environment. Microbiology includes the use of microbes in the production of mercantile products and for many essential chemical transformations. This field of science includes all the research on the anatomy, physiology, ecology, biochemistry and the clinical aspects of microorganisms.
- Track 13-1 Bacteriology
- Track 13-2 Virology
- Track 13-3 Mycology
- Track 13-4 Parasitology
- Track 13-5 Protozoology
- Track 13-6 Phycology
Track 14: Marine Biotechnology
Marine biotechnology is the field of science that focuses on the development of products from a wide range of marine organisms with the help of various biotechnological applications and procedures. Marine Biotechnology is sometimes known to be called as Blue Biotechnology as it exploits the marine ecosystems and organisms in terms of its form, anatomy, physiology and chemistry. Exploration and exploitation of the marine materials leads to the innovation of many new applications of these organisms.
- Track 14-1 Aquaculture
- Track 14-2 Food supplement
- Track 14-3 Industrial Processes
- Track 14-4 Plant protection
- Track 14-5 Marine chemistry
- Track 14-6 Alternative energy source
Track 15: Nano Biotechnology
Nano Biotechnology is also known to be called as Nano-biology as it is the intersection of nanotechnology and biology. It is a subdivision of biological science which uses the principles and techniques of nanotechnology for the development of the biological products. The biochemical principles that are being utilised to interpret the physical properties of the biological systems are primary in bio-nanotechnology as those principles can be used to develop novel technologies.
- Track 15-1 Nano-devices
- Track 15-2 Nano-biosensors
- Track 15-3 Bioactive Nano-encapsulation
- Track 15-4 Nano-electronics
- Track 15-5 Nano-medicine
Track 16: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology is a newly developing scientific discipline in which the principles of biotechnology are being pertained to the development of novel drugs and also to improve the existing drugs. The research field of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology includes the applications of rDNA technology, genomics, microbiology, and proteomics. It mainly focuses on developing the therapeutic drugs such as nucleic acid products, vaccines, antibodies by using bioformulation procedure for the current market.
- Track 16-1 Allergenics
- Track 16-2 Recombinant therapeutic protein
- Track 16-3 Immunogenecity
- Track 16-4 Protein-based drugs
- Track 16-5 Bacterial enzymes
- Track 16-6 Metabolic engineering
Track 17: Bioinformatics
Bioinformatics is the interdisciplinary field of science that merges the methodologies of biology, computer science, information technology, mathematics and statistics in order to scrutinize and understand the biological data. This field assists in comparing, analysing and understanding of genetic information and also to find whether any mutations are present in the genetic sequence. It helps to examine and categorize the biological pathways and networks which are the essential part of the biology system. The supreme goal of Biotechnology is to study about the alteration of the cellular activities in different disease conditions.
- Track 17-1 Genomics
- Track 17-2 Proteomics
- Track 17-3 DNA sequencing
- Track 17-4 Protein localization
- Track 17-5 Computational Biology
Track 18: Biochemistry
Biochemistry is the discipline of science which discusses the chemical processes associated with the living organisms in detail. It is the interconnection of two scientific disciplines namely chemistry and biology where the knowledge in chemistry and its techniques is being used to solve the problems of biological science. Biochemistry is a distinct discipline that deals with the study of biological processes at both cellular and molecular level especially by applying the techniques of chemical sciences. It mainly concerns with the reactions that are carried out in the biological macromolecules like nucleic acid, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals.
- Track 18-1 Biomolecules
- Track 18-2 Gluconeogenesis
- Track 18-3 Glycolysis
- Track 18-4 Biopolymer
- Track 18-5 Metabolome
Track 19: Synthetic Biology
Synthetic Biology is a scientific discipline that involves the formulation, designing, creating novel biological devices and systems and also to refabricate the already existing biological systems. This technology enables the scientists to modify the molecular workings of the cell components more accurately and efficiently using the engineering principles and techniques. Synthetic Biology is most commonly known to be called as SynBio. It makes use of a set of techniques that are being utilized to manipulate and refabricate the cells of living organisms into functional products like fuels, fabrics, and so on.
- Track 19-1 Gene synthesis
- Track 19-2 Cell transformation
- Track 19-3 Designed nucleic acid
- Track 19-4 Designed proteins
- Track 19-5 Cell-based drug delivery system
- Track 19-6 Bacteria-based drug delivery system
Track 20: Tissue Engineering
Tissue Engineering is one of the major disciplines of Biological science. It is more commonly known as the Regenerative Medicine which utilises the fusion of Engineering principles and the strategies of cell biology and material science in order to enhance or modify the functions of tissues and organs. This specialisation provides an opportunity to repair the damaged tissues therefore fabricates new organs. The supreme goal of Tissue Engineering is to restore, maintain, or improvise the impaired tissue or organs.
- Track 20-1 Stem cell culture
- Track 20-2 Transplant surgery
- Track 20-3 Tissue development
- Track 20-4 Cell isolation
- Track 20-5 Artificial organs
- Track 20-6 Tissue culture
Track 21: Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology is the specialised branch of biological science that deals with the configuration, structure and mechanisms of the biomolecules that are important to life such as nucleic acid, proteins. The use of particular techniques and tools of molecular biology increasingly develops the other scientific disciplines like genetics and biochemistry. The central dogma of molecular biology is characterized by the two-step process namely Transcription and Translation which explains the flow of genetic information inside a biological system.
- Track 21-1 Molecular Cloning
- Track 21-2 Macromolecule blotting
- Track 21-3 Gel electrophoresis
- Track 21-4 Molecular genetics
- Track 21-5 Epigenetics
- Track 21-6 Cell analysis
Track 22: Bioengineering
Bioengineering is the scientific discipline that applies the principles of biology and uses the engineering tools for the development of practically usable products. Bioengineering is also concerned with the designing of medical diagnostic and therapeutic devices and equipment. Bioengineering is one of the rapidly growing diverse field of engineering as it includes all the types of engineering technologies and processes. The three major principles behind Bioengineering are Measure, Model, Make for solving the problems in biology, medicine, healthcare and life sciences.
- Track 22-1 Biorobotics
- Track 22-2 Bionics
- Track 22-3 Biomimetics
- Track 22-4 Neural Engineering
- Track 22-5 Biomechanics
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