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Conductive biopolymers are obtained by structuring a network of conductive Nano fillers, carbon or metallic into insulating biopolymer matrices. It has many potential biomedical applications, ranging from a coating on neural electrodes, as a material in bio sensing and drug delivery, and as an electrically active platform for tissue engineering.


  • Track 1-1Conductive paths
  • Track 1-2Electrical conductivity
  • Track 1-3Conductive particles
  • Track 1-4Sensor response
  • Track 1-5Mechanical stress
  • Track 1-6Conductive fillers

These are the polymers which could decompose under aerobic or anaerobic situations, Due to the movement of microorganism/enzymes. Aliphatic polyesters are the maximum used polymers of this kind. Non-biodegradable polymers are proof against environmental degradation accordingly emerge as to build up in shape of waste, that has long chains such as Carbon and Hydrogen atoms. The interatomic bonding of those polymers is very strong and adamant, as a result making them proof against microbes which attempt to interrupt their bonds and digest them is very easy.

  • Track 2-1Biodegradation
  • Track 2-2Monomer
  • Track 2-3Decomposed
  • Track 2-4Eco friendly
  • Track 2-5Recyle

Polymer Nano composites or Nano filled polymers are polymer matrices containing organic or inorganic fillers with a homogeneous Nano scale distribution. It is prepared by physical blending or chemical polymerizing  technologies . Normal size must be in the range of 1–50 nm and should be one dimension in nature. It belongs to the category of multi-phase systems that consume nearly 95% of plastics production

  • Track 3-1Thermoplastic Nano composites
  • Track 3-2Thermoset Nano composites
  • Track 3-3Natural rubber (NR) Nano composites
  • Track 3-4Nanotube
  • Track 3-5Aspect ratio
  • Track 3-6Dispersion

 PLA or Polylactic acid is crafted from dextrose (sugar) extracted from bio based substances. It is very famous and simplest biopolymer which is currently produced on a world scale plan. It is utilized in biomedical applications, for bottle production and in compostable food packaging. It is also being evaluated as a fabric for tissue engineering

  • Track 4-1Aliphatic polyester
  • Track 4-2Polymerization

When individual organic molecules are joined together in long chains, polymers are formed which have distinctly different characteristics in comparison to the smaller starting materials. The most important bio-polymers are DNA and RNA, proteins and polysaccharides. The building blocks for these molecules are respectively nucleotides, amino acids and carbohydrates

  • Track 5-1Biomolecules
  • Track 5-2Polysaccharides
  • Track 5-3Polynucleotides
  • Track 5-4Monomeric
  • Track 5-5Polypeptides

Biopolymer nanoparticles have been first designed using albumin and non-biodegradable synthetic polymers together with polyacrylamide. The risks of chronic toxicity due to the intracellular and/or tissue overloading of non-degradable polymers have been soon considered as a prime obstacle for the systemic management of polyacrylamide and poly nanoparticles in people. Therefore, the sort of nano particles that obtained a great deal interest turned into designed with artificial biodegradable polymers which includes polyalkylcyanoacrylate, poly (lactic-co-glycolic acid) and polyanhydride.


  • Track 6-1Nano particle
  • Track 6-2Nano filler
  • Track 6-3Nano scale
  • Track 6-4Nano scale
  • Track 6-5Nano materials
  • Track 6-6Nano meter

The main variance between this two polymer is thermoplastics can be re melted again right into a liquid, while thermosetting plastics continually stay in  everlasting strong state, thermosetting plastics can only be heated and fashioned as soon as however in case of thermoplastics it might not manifest. Molecular weight of thermoplastic polymer is very excessive. In case of thermoplastic polymer chains are associated with intermolecular forces while thermosetting plastics bureaucracy chemical bonds.

  • Track 7-1Thermoplastic
  • Track 7-2Infusible
  • Track 7-3Prepolymer
  • Track 7-4Elastomer

Driven via the development of three-D printing technology, printable thermoplastics have been advanced to fulfill the wide range of viable applications, which includes purposeful prototyping, molds and tooling, and final element manufacturing  but, the few printable thermoplastics made from biological substances have confined packages, main to worries over environmental issues much like the ones faced in traditional production.

  • Track 8-1Biomaterials
  • Track 8-2Bioinks
  • Track 8-3Rapid prototyping
  • Track 8-4Inkjet-printer
  • Track 8-5Binder material

 By way of editing plastics we are able to improve and add a spread of characteristics. for instance, we will make the bio based  polymers which are moisture resistant, extra soluble in water, extra sustainable, extra bendy, more clean, and extra well suited and/or biodegradable. Biopolymers may also have unique characteristics inclusive of antimicrobial effects, which may be used to add worth to cease products. modifying plastics is realised chemically by means of converting the structure of polymer chains, via processing or by way of adding additives together with plasticisers.

  • Track 9-1More heat or moisture resistant
  • Track 9-2More soluble in water
  • Track 9-3More sustainable
  • Track 9-4More flexible
  • Track 9-5More clear, and more compatible and biodegradable

Research and development of bioplastics materials for medical, dental and pharmaceutical use have hovered at the front strains for years. In some times, products are already to be had, and are actively being used by pharmaceutical organizations, field hospitals, trauma centers , surgeries, and clinics. Gelatin-based totally capsules product of animal or vegetable rely , for example, which evidently dissolve inside the digestive tract, are in commonplace use to govern dosages for many OTC (over-the-counter) and prescription medicinal drugs. Biodegradable stitches, which do not require manual removal after recovery, are regularly used to suture wounds and surgical incisions. Biodegradable bandages designed to promote clotting and proactive skin regeneration also are actively in use for traumatic wound care.

  • Track 10-1Tissue engineering
  • Track 10-2Wound management
  • Track 10-3Biomedical Applications
  • Track 10-4Drug delivery
  • Track 10-5Manufacturing of fibrous and porous scaffolds
  • Track 10-6Orthopedic devices

Polysaccharides are the most essential and famous bio based polymers used to make bioplastics in particular constitute starch and cellulose. Lesser regarded polysaccharides are Chitin located within the shells of insects and animals.


  • Track 11-1Polymeric carbohydrate
  • Track 11-2Monosaccharide
  • Track 11-3Amorphous
  • Track 11-4Hydrolysis
  • Track 11-5Glycosidic linkages

This is  human-made polymer.  Nylon and polyethylene are two famous example of synthetic polymer. The polymers which can be formed with the aid of linking monomer gadgets, without the any trade of fabric, are recognized to as addition polymers or additionally called as chain-boom polymers. 


  • Track 12-1Synthetic fibers
  • Track 12-2Elastomers
  • Track 12-3Vulkanization
  • Track 12-4Bakelite
  • Track 12-5Inorganic polymers

Bioplastics are used as alternatives to standard fossil fuel based  plastics and are increasingly more being used in meals contact materials (FCMs).Biomass used for the production of bioplastics may  be extracted  from plant life (starch, cellulose) or produced by using microorganisms in fermentative processes. It is able to also be produced by further chemical changes and aren't always biodegradable.

  • Track 13-1Oxidation
  • Track 13-2Rancidity
  • Track 13-3Enzymatic browning
  • Track 13-4Carcinogenic
  • Track 13-5Carbon footprint

In the modern era, there's a burgeoning call for easy, pollutants-unfastened environment and excessive urgency for minimizing fossil fuel. This ends in an increasing call for  manufacture of excessive performing cultured products from organic and renewable resources. Polymer biocomposites are the precise exchange to fulfil such alarming urgency. Those have residences of high mechanical resistance, thermogravimetric, oxygen barrier, biodegradation and chemical resistance. There may be no single material that could obtain such huge variety of residences for which layout of composites, mainly with biopolymers, is an strive for significant improvement of residences. The biopolymers can be functionalized for higher compatibility throughout guidance of composites.

  • Track 14-1Composite material
  • Track 14-2Natural fibers
  • Track 14-3Biorefinery
  • Track 14-4Cellulose fiber
  • Track 14-5Hybrid composites
  • Track 14-6Green composites

Due to the developing amounts of plastic collecting in the Earth's oceans, not to mention landfills, there may be a actual want for a few form of biodegradable opportunity. Through the usage of engineering strategies bioplastics are crafted from combining a sugar referred to as thymidine with CO2 at low pressures and at room temperature. Bioplastic boxes may be made from rice, bioplastic meals wrappers may be fit for human consumption, waste frying oil may be transformed to bioplastic. It also can crafted from shrimps now and seaweed can be the limitless raw material for bioplasti

  • Track 15-1Fossil fuel
  • Track 15-2Biopolymer commercialization
  • Track 15-3Global production capacities
  • Track 15-4Environmental degradation

Plastic recycling is the process of improving unique varieties of plastic cloth to be able to reprocess them into various other merchandise, in contrast to their original form. An item constructed from plastic is recycled into a different product, which normally cannot be recycled again.

  • Track 16-1Heat compression
  • Track 16-2Conservation of Energy and Natural Resources
  • Track 16-3Clears Landfill Space
  • Track 16-4Anionic Polymerization
  • Track 16-5Cleaner and greener environment
  • Track 16-6Identification and Classification of Plastic

Functional polymer bearing different functional groups which have a extra polarity or reactivity than a traditional hydrocarbon chain .These macromolecular functional reagents may also be coupled with reactive groups on different oligomeric or polymeric chains to supply block or graft copolymers.

  • Track 17-1Chemical heterogenecity
  • Track 17-2Cationic Polymerization
  • Track 17-3Free-radical polymerization
  • Track 17-4Coordination Polymerization

The continuous decline in fossil fuel resources combined with increase in oil prices has initiated a look for alternatives which can be primarily based on renewable resources for energy production. The production organic chemical substances from the software of petroleum and carbon based chemistry has created a variety of initiatives to update fossil resources with renewable materials. Tremendous efforts are being conducted in polymer science and technology to produce macromolecular polymers from renewable resources.

  • Track 18-1Bio composites from renewable resources
  • Track 18-2Technology of poly lactic acid
  • Track 18-3Development of biodegradable plastics from renewable sources
  • Track 18-4Biopolymers from microbial sources
  • Track 18-5Production of biopolymers from vegetable oils

They are polymeric arrays of monomer units, held together by reversible and highly directional secondary interactions — that is, non-covalent bonds, such as hydrogen bonds. The resulting materials therefore maintain their polymeric properties in solution. The directions and strengths of the interactions are precisely tuned so that the array of molecules behaves as a polymer


  • Track 19-1Monomeric units
  • Track 19-2Non-covalent interactions
  • Track 19-3π-π interaction

By  examining the effects of polymer thickness, salt type and salt concentration on the optical contrast and current  a  device is produced. The optical contrast of the device is the difference in transmission between the colored state and the uncolored state, which can help us understand many things about the physics of the devices such as the doping process and the band structure of the material


Conjugated microporous bio polymers (CMPs) are a class of organic porous polymers that integrate π-conjugated skeletons with permanent nanopores, in sharp assessment to different porous materials that are not π-conjugated and with traditional conjugated polymers which are nonporous. As an rising material platform, This provide a high flexibility for the molecular design of conjugated skeletons and nanopores. various chemical reactions, constructing blocks and artificial techniques have been developed and a broad style of CMPs with specific structures and unique properties were synthesized, driving the fast growth of the field


Polymer rheology examining is  look at of how the strain in a material or force carried out is related to deformation and glide of the material.Information the rheological properties of polymers thru laboratory checking out can help to optimize products and process conditions, thereby saving prices and minimizing capability waste.


Biocatalysts are increasingly being utilized in polymer science, resulting in many new reactions, new techniques, and new commercial possibilities. each enzymatic and complete-cellular strategies have received much attention, and new or progressed methodologies appear often. Ongoing biocatalytic paintings appears to be focused alongside several issues: polymerization, polymer amendment reactions, polymer degradation, and synthesis of monomers and reactive oligomers. a top level view is furnished herein of this interesting region of research. The papers included in this symposium volume are mainly highlighted.


 A copolymer is a polymer derived from a couple of species of monomer. The polymerization of monomers into copolymers is referred to as copolymerization. Copolymers acquired by way of copolymerization of  monomer species are now and again called bipolymers 


Polyimides (PI) are a class of thermally stable polymers. According to the composition of their main chain PI can be aliphatic, semi-aromatic, and the most used aromatic. Thermosetting PIs have outstanding thermal stability, good chemical resistance, and excellent mechanical properties.