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Chemistry Conference, Uncategorized

CHEMICALS AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

 

When a product reaches the end of its life cycle, they are disposed of in landfills and are defined as waste. However scientifically speaking, there isn’t such a thing as waste in the world. If the components of solid waste are converted or treated in a scientific manner it will have some potential. Hence solid wastes are organic or inorganic waste materials produced out of household or commercial activities, that have lost its value.

Howsoever big or small the habitat, the generation of waste is inevitable. The gradual deviation of the society from nature is reflected upon the quantity of garbage that a community generates. Urbanization, Population explosion, fast adoption of ‘use & throw’ concepts are all worsening the waste management techniques implemented by the authorities.

The critical component in the manufacture of many products, and protection of human health, and an important contributor to the GDP are Chemicals. If not treated with good management practices, chemicalsand their hazardous wastes can pose significant risks to human health and the environment especially the poorest members of the global community.

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The World Health Organization needs to generate certain objectives to improve peoples lifestyle.

General Objectives:

  • Minimize the generation of industrial waste both in terms of quantity and quality.
  • Raise the amount of assessment of industrial waste and improve the activities of the assessment sector and of obtained products.
  • Reduce the number of waste fractions earmarked for dumping and guarantee it is done in accordance with the strictest possible safety conditions.
  • Integrate the objectives in social awareness programs that involve the participation and collaboration of the public, economic agents and all authorities of the Administration.
  • Coordinate the program with joint and complementary actions to be included in the updating of the municipal waste management program and establish, where necessary, the cooperation and participation needed by local authorities.
  • Improve industrial waste management and promote the new specific technologies considered necessary to optimize this management.
  • Incorporate instruments that make industrial waste management more flexible and that facilitate improved management.
  • Simplify the waste management model and facilitate its use in all industrial sectors, in particular, SMEs, adopting new information technologies.
  • Promote research and a network of technological innovation applied to the management field.
  • Organize activities involving land protection and recovery of contaminated land.
  • Promote the implementation of economic incentives favorable to improving industrial waste

8th World Congress on Chemistry & Organic Chemistry
Frankfurt | Germany
October 22-24, 2018
chemistry.alliedacademies.com

Chemistry | Chemical | Solid Waste Management | Human Health | GDP | Hazardous wastes | Organic waste | Inorganic waste | industrial waste waste management program | industrial waste management |

 

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Bio-Medicine Conference

Explore about the major Three Emerging Biomedical Engineering Trends

  1. Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an important part of healthcare and its applications are commanding throughout this field. Chat-bots can make better the quality of care for patients living in remote areas with limited access to healthcare facilities. Google’s Deep Mind project is using both biomedicine and informatics to analyze data related to kidney disease patients. IBM Watson Platform for Health can read and understand unstructured data, which is a critical attribute because 80 percent of healthcare data is unstructured. It can recognize, categorize and code medical and social theories.

  1. Robotics

Human error and fatigue can create costly mistakes that present fatal dangers. In surgery, where precision is vital, robots can help. An exemplary robotic surgical system, da Vinci, is controlled by a human surgeon but utilizes robotic mechanics to make tiny precise movements inside the body. An endoscopic robot at the tip of a probe can remove a polyp during a colonoscopy. Mechatronic tools help surgeons manipulate robots in extremely narrow spaces. other surgical robots concentrate on touch, also referred to as haptics. Enhanced haptic perception and feedback lets surgeons virtually squeeze tissue to sense how deep to make incisions.

  1. Brain Research

The brain remains one of the most mysterious parts of the human body. Research in this area is far-reaching and diverse. Researchers are working on methods of restoring brain function after brain disease using different forms of stimulation, while others are working on the neural technology to power prosthetics.NeuroPace RNS System is a medical device that detects brain activity to normalize brainwaves before the onset of a seizure. Another exciting biomedical engineering development in neural technology is a vision-restoration prosthesis that can restore sight to someone who is blind.

Innovative technologies in science and medicine

To know more visit: http://biomedicine.alliedacademies.com/

International Conference on Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy
Frankfurt, Germany

Date: September 20-22, 2018

 

ENT Conference, Uncategorized

Head and Neck Surgery

Otolaryngology-head and neck surgery is one of the most interesting areas for subspecialty training within surgery. What makes it special, however, is the down-to-earth nature which defines most otolaryngologists both in community and academic practices. It is the same condition in which medical students note quickly during their interviewing for otolaryngology training programs.

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The head and neck—This center of the body includes the important nerves that control sight, smell, hearing, and the face. In the head and neck area, otolaryngologists are trained to treat infectious diseases, both benign and malignant (cancerous) tumors, facial trauma, and deformities of the face. They perform both cosmetic plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Otolaryngology-head and neck surgery enclose many subspecialties. Areas for specific sub specialization include,

  • Head and neck oncology
  • Microvascular surgery
  • Otology/Neurotology
  • Pediatric Otolaryngology
  • Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery

The areas of sinus surgery and rhinology, laryngology, general otolaryngology, and basic science research are highly emphasized in most residency programs. It is this wide field of potential diversity within one specialty that gives so much freedom of choice to otolaryngologists as they commence upon a surgical career.

6th International Conference on Otolaryngology: ENT Surgery
Date & Venue: September 10-12, 2018 | Paris, France
Website: https://bit.ly/2GPmYmW

Otolaryngology | Otorhinolaryngology | Head & Neck Oncology | Audiology | Neurotology | Otology | Rhinology | Laryngology | Phonology

EnviPharma Conference

Low-tech, affordable solutions to improve water quality

Most of us are used to turning on a tap and water coming out. We rarely question whether this will happen or whether the water is clean enough to bathe in or drink. Though the process of maintaining water quality is practically invisible to most of us, removing bacteria and contaminants from water requires a lot of effort from both humans and treatment systems alike. Continue reading “Low-tech, affordable solutions to improve water quality”

Chemistry Conference

Wastewater Chemical Treatment Processes

Perhaps one of the most important nutrient in our diets, Water is needed to be consumed by human adults every day, approximately to 2 liters. Our requirement for drinking fresh water is not usually met by the water resources that are available to us.  Water containing large amounts of industrial waste or agricultural chemicals can also be toxic and unfit for drinking. Hence, humans have a great need for a reliable source of clean freshwater for drinking. Continue reading “Wastewater Chemical Treatment Processes”