About conference

The greatest challenge to science and technology in the coming decades will be the search for sustainable sources of materials, energy, food and water supplies for all humanity. With global population likely to exceed ten billion by 2050 and the evolution of a society increasingly driven by consumption, man’s insatiable need for food, water, energy and materials will bring severe distortions in the manner in which we manage and harvest biological (land and water) resources. Global health plays an increasingly crucial role in both global security and the security of the Indian population. As the world and its economies become increasingly globalized, including extensive international travel and commerce, it is necessary to think about health in a global context.The main objective of this conference is to provide an international platform for presenting research about chemistry and allied science fields thus contributes to the dissemination of knowledge for the benefit of both the academia and business.

In the last century Chemistry has emerged as an interdisciplinary science and become a kernel of all branches of science and technology from allied chemistry to applied chemistry, environmental chemistry to green chemistry, nanotechnology to microbiology, astrophysics to biotechnology, mathematics to computer, commerce to management paramedical to medical and many more. Looking to such versatility in different fields of Science and Technology throughout the world, the theme, chosen seems well suited.

ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES AND ALLIED FIELDS OF SCIENCE, HEALTH, EDUCATION & ENVIRONMENT: STRENGTHENING INTELLECT EMPOWERING MINDS includes the research related to any field of Science and Technology which directly or indirectly works toward progress of science and society.
The goal of this conference is to record the latest findings and promote further research in the different areas of Science and Technology where chemistry is actively engaged and use it for the betterment of Society in global context.