Theme: Emphasize the Biodynamic scheme of Green Chemistry

Green Chem-2021

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Green Chem-2021

Conference Series greets you to attend the 12th International Conference on Green Chemistry & Engineering, which is going to be held on November 5-6, 2021 in Rome, Italy.  We heartily invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in Recycling and Environmental Sciences. The conference will provide a platform for all the stakeholders to share their work related to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology studies. 

Green Chem-2021 is mainly based on the theme “Emphasize the Biodynamic scheme of Green Chemistry

The main motive of the conference is to gather researchers from different areas of Science and Engineering with a common goal of sustainability. The Conference program will be both exciting and ground-breaking in its wide-ranging and multidisciplinary content. In addition to keynote presentations and lectures by world renowned invited speakers, we will be offering workshops, interactive sessions, as well as special sessions.

The objective of this conference is to provide a significant platform to network and meet experts in the field and sampling of the scientific and engineering basis of green chemistry & Technology with specific process as examples.

This conference will be the best platform to explore your research work, innovations and helps to learn how to take advantage of the current market to maintain and grow your business from the leading experts in the field of Recycling.

This conference helps to frame a network with clients, prospective partners, colleagues, vendors and industry leaders and bring all of them in one location. Gathering everyone in one location will save your precious time.


Track 1: Basic Principles and New Trends in Green Chemistry

Sustainable and Green Chemistry in very simple terms is just a different way of thinking about how chemistry and chemical engineering can be done. Over the years different principles have been proposed that can be used when thinking about the design, development and implementation of chemical products and processes. These principles enable scientists and engineers to protect and benefit the economy, people and the planet by finding creative and innovative ways to reduce waste, conserve energy, and discover replacements for hazardous substances.

Green chemistry can also be defined through the use of metrics. While a unified set of metrics has not been established, many ways to quantify greener processes and products have been proposed. These metrics include ones for mass, energy, hazardous substance reduction or elimination, and life cycle environmental impacts.

“Green Chemistry is the utilization of a set of principles that reduces or eliminates the use or generation of hazardous substances in the design, manufacture and applications of chemical products”.

Principles of Green Chemistry:

1.     Prevention

2.     Atom Economy

3.     Less Hazardous Chemical Syntheses

4.     Designing Safer Chemicals

5.     Safer Solvents and Auxiliaries

6.     Design for Energy Efficiency

7.     Use of Renewable Feedstocks

8.     Reduce Derivatives

9.     Catalysis

10. Design for Degradation

11. Real-time analysis for Pollution Prevention

12. Inherently Safer Chemistry for Accident Prevention

Track 2 - Green Technologies in Food Manufacture & Processing

Green food production often suggests organic farming practices a few centuries ago. This type of farming uses a small area of land for crops and another area for grazing beef, sheep, and goat. Farm entities were almost always independent with no use of pesticides or herbicides and the only fertilizer used was manure.

Organic farming wills ensembles the notion of a green technology. Primary, secondary, and tertiary processing techniques are discovered to convert raw produce into value-added foods and ingredients. Primary processing techniques such as cleaning, grading, dehulling, sorting, and milling are used as initial step in processing most of the grains.

One of the most promising technological approaches to decrease environmental footprint in food processing is the use of enzymes.  Enzymes speed up reaction rates and results in savings in terms of time, energy, and cost. Food enzymes provide advantages in terms of specificity, sensitivity, their relative non-toxicity, high activity at low concentrations, and ease of inactivation.

Track 3: Green Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Industries

Green chemistry is being employed to develop revolutionary drug delivery ways in which area unit additional sensible and fewer toxic and can profit multitudinous patients. Solid-phase synthesis of antisense oligonucleotides has been changed to accommodate principles of inexperienced chemistry by eliminating the employment and generation of toxic materials and allowing employees of valuable materials like amenities, solid-support, and protecting groups, thus raising the atom economy and cost-efficiency.

In the past, the industrial production of Adipic acid used benzene as a starting material. Benzene is one of the basic chemicals for industrial reactions and a solvent. It is known that derives mainly from the refining processes of the petrochemical industry. Benzene is also known for its carcinogenic properties (it causes leukemia to highly exposed workers). Afterwards the starting material became cyclohexanone or a mixture of cyclohexanone and cyclohexanol. For the oxidation process it was used nitric acid, producing toxic fumes of nitric oxides, NOx, which are also contributors to the greenhouse effect and the destruction of the ozone layer in the strat osphere. It was Inevitable that the method had to be changed again with more environmentally benign reactions.

Track 4: Green and Sustainable Chemistry

Green chemistry is the form of chemical products and processes that reduce the harmful substances or generation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry applies across the life cycle of a chemical product, as well as its design, manufacture, use, and supreme disposal. The aim of green chemistry is to reduce the chemical connected impact on human health and nearly eliminate contamination of the surroundings through dedicated, sustainable prevention programs. These principles are often classified into "Reducing Risk" and "Minimizing the Environmental Footprint".

Track 5: Sustainability and Environmental Safety

At the global scale and in the broadest sense sustainability and environmental safety management involves managing the oceans, freshwater systems, land and atmosphere, according to sustainability principles.

Land use change is fundamental to the operations of the biosphere because alterations in the relative proportions of land dedicated to urbanization, agriculture, forest, woodland, grassland and pasture have a marked effect on the global water, carbon and nitrogen biogeochemical cycles. Management of the Earth's atmosphere involves assessment of all aspects of the carbon cycle to identify opportunities to address human-induced climate change and this has become a major focus of scientific research because of the potential catastrophic effects on biodiversity and human communities. Ocean circulation patterns have a strong influence on climate and weather and, in turn, the food supply of both humans and other organisms.

Track 6: Green Chemistry: Challenges and Opportunity

The Green Chemistry revolution is providing a massive range of challenges to those that follow chemistry in trade, an equal range of opportunities to get and apply new chemistry, to boost the economic science of chemical producing substances which will not involve materials harmful to the surroundings. the chemistry that deals with the applying of environmentally friendly chemical compounds within the varied areas of our life like industrial uses and plenty of developed by the requirement. The chemicals product, from plastics to prescription drugs. However, these industries have the potential to significantly injury the environment. Green chemistry thus serves to push the look of environmentally benign chemicals and chemical processes.

Track 7: Analytical Methods in Green Chemistry

The growing interest in green chemistry needs contemporary views on analytical extractions. Reduced solvent consumption, different safer solvents, and cheap energy demands should be balanced with ancient analytical issues like extraction yield and by selection. This session deals with a number of the ideas behind green chemistry and discusses green solvent choice and extraction techniques. an outline of alternatives to standard solvents, new green solvents, ionic liquids, and alternative solvent choices are going to be mentioned during this scientific discussion.

An analytical method or analytical technique is a method to determine the concentration of a chemical compound or element in a sample.  There is a very wide variety of methods used for analysis which afford different degrees of sample preparation and instrumentation

Track 8: Green Polymer and Plastic Chemistry

Green chemistry is a part of chemistry and chemical engineering centered on the coming up with of products and processes that minimize the employment and generation of venturesome substances. One amongst the foremost vital branch is green compound chemistry Natural polymers, biomass conversion in biorefineries, and chemical greenhouse emission fixation area unit teamed up with extremely effective trade, process, and usage of polymers.

Track 9: Green Manufacturing and Engineering

Green Manufacturing: Fundamentals and Applications introduces the fundamental definitions and problems encompassing green producing at the method, machine, and system (including provide chain) levels. It conjointly shows, by the manner of many examples from completely different business sectors, the potential for substantial improvement and therefore the ways to attain the advance. in addition, this conference discusses restrictive and government motivations for green producing and descriptions the trail creating for creating producing additional green yet as making production additional property. Specifically, analysis is targeted on minimizing contaminants and machining defects throughout manufacture, rising the exactitude and repeatability of chemical mechanical sharpening, green machine tools and processes, property packaging, and modeling property, environmentally-conscious producing processes and systems.

Track 10: Biofuels and Alternative Energy

Bioenergy comes from biofuels. Biofuels are fuels made directly or indirectly from organic material – biomass – as well as plant materials and animal waste. Overall, bioenergy covers some 100% of the entire world's energy demand. ancient unprocessed biomass like fuel-wood, charcoal, and animal dung accounts for many of this and represents the most supply of energy for an outsized variety of individuals in developing countries WHO use it principally for cookery and heating. A distinction is formed between primary and secondary biofuels. within the case of primary biofuels, like fuelwood, wood chips, and pellets, organic materials are utilized in AN unprocessed kind, primarily for heating, cookery, or electricity production. Bioenergy is principally utilized in homes (80%), to a lesser extent in business (18%), whereas liquid biofuels for transport still play a restricted role (2%).

Track 11: Bio-Separations: Recent Advances

Bioseparation is that the name given to the follow of purifying biological product on large-scale, victimization basic aspects of engineering and scientific principles. the tip goal of bioseparation is to refine molecules, cells, and components of cells into refined fractions. it's usually recognized that the industrial success of biotechnology products extremely keen on product development and application of high-powered separation and purification ways. Analytical techniques embrace a stimulating of activity ways, capillary cataphoresis, isoelectric focusing, and mass spectrum analysis. Among separation and purification ways, liquid-liquid distribution, displacement action, dilated bed sorption, membrane action, and simulated moving bed action area unit coated at length. regulative and economic concerns area unit addressed, as area unit plant and method instrumentation and engineering method management.

Track 12: Green Chemistry for Nanoparticle Synthesis

This field has received nice attention in recent years thanks to its capability to style various, safer, energy economical, and fewer noxious routes towards synthesis. These routes are related to the rational utilization of assorted substances within the nanoparticle preparations and artificial strategies that are loosely mentioned during this tutorial review. this text isn't meant to produce AN thorough summary of inexperienced synthesis of nanoparticles, however, to gift many important aspects of synthesis with environmental considerations, involving the choice and analysis of nontoxic capping and reducing agents, the selection of innocuous solvents and therefore the development of energy-efficient artificial strategies.

Track 13: Green Chemistry for Nanoparticle Synthesis

This field has received nice attention in recent years thanks to its capability to style various, safer, energy economical, and fewer noxious routes towards synthesis. These routes are related to the rational utilization of assorted substances within the nanoparticle preparations and artificial strategies that are loosely mentioned during this tutorial review. this text isn't meant to produce AN thorough summary of inexperienced synthesis of nanoparticles, however, to gift many important aspects of synthesis with environmental considerations, involving the choice and analysis of nontoxic capping and reducing agents, the selection of innocuous solvents and therefore the development of energy-efficient artificial strategies.

Track 14: Chemistry in Coronavirus Research

Chemistry has a key position to play in perception the entirety from viral shape to pathogenesis, isolation of vaccines and therapies, as properly as in the improvement of materials and techniques used through basic researchers, virologists, and clinicians. This Virtual Issue aims to provide a quick overview of the important contributions of chemistry to understanding and controlling the spread of coronaviruses

The global marketplace for renewable chemicals is predicted to grow from $51.7 billion in 2015 to $85.6 billion by 2020, with a compound annual rate of growth (CAGR) of ten.6% for the amount of 2015-2020. Green Chemistry - renewable chemicals derived from bio-based feedstocks victimization setting all friendly production technologies—have gone world. BCC analysis estimates in its new report the world industry can grow to over $1.5 trillion annually once bio-based and renewable product replaces the existing product and supply new revenue sources to firms and regional economies. Also, the manufacture of surfactants and lubricants, trade goods, resins, and plastics for environmental purposes use renewable chemicals. Growing shopper awareness of renewable chemicals and increasing environmental issues square measure driving growth within the market. additionally, regulators within the U.S., U.K., and E.U. have developed rules regarding the manufacture and disposal of petrochemicals, that have helped to spice up renewable chemicals consumption throughout the past few years as firms get compliance. Volatile fossil fuel costs plus high costs of finished petrochemicals square measure calculable to reinforce market growth.

The demand for green chemicals is particularly high in the construction and textile industries due to the benefits these chemicals offer, such as protection from natural calamities, minimum use of cement and water, resistance to climatic changes and chemicals, high durability, color, and strength.

Green chemicals provide higher performance and better functionality for products. They are also more environmental-friendly throughout the entire life-cycle and are less harmful as compared to petroleum-based chemicals. All these reasons are expected to brighten up the growth prospects for the green chemicals market.

Green chemicals are bio-based chemicals. They are renewable and are produced from bio-feedstock. The raw materials that are largely used for the production of green chemicals are vegetable oils, corn, sugarcane, sugar beet, wheat, and cassava, among others.

Some of the raw materials used for making green chemicals are also derived from recycled products, which help enhance the quality of life and are not hazardous to the environment. These green chemicals reduce environmental impacts associated with disposal, recycling, transportation, processing, installation, and fabrication, besides promoting the preservation of natural non-renewable resources.

Green Chemicals Market, By Product Type:

The green chemicals market has been segmented based on product type as bio-alcohols, bio-organic acids, bio-ketones, biopolymers platform chemicals, and others. The bio-alcohols segment accounts for the largest green chemicals market share due to the increasing demand for bio-alcohols from the food & beverages and pharmaceuticals, among other sectors.

Green Chemicals Market, By End-use Industry:

Based on application, the green chemicals market has been segmented into construction, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, packaging, food & beverages, paints & coatings, automotive, agriculture, textile, and others. Green chemicals have extensive demand in the textile industry, as they are used in greener fiber, greener dyes, and greener solvents.

In the pharmaceuticals sector, developments of medicines with no or less side effects and the focus on processes that produce no toxic waste have led to the increasing adoption of the green chemicals technology. Merck and Codexis have developed a second-generation green synthesis of sitagliptin, which is an active ingredient used in JanuviaTM , a medicine for type 2 diabetes. This collaboration and development have led to a key enzymatic process in improving safety and yield, eliminating the use of metal catalyst in the manufacturing process and reducing waste.


Chemical Associations Around the Globe:

  • Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
  • TCNJ’s Student Chemists Association
  • Lombardy Green Chemistry Association
  • A Sustainable Global Society
  • Chemistry Society of Peru
  • Southen Nevada Local Section of the American Chemical Society
  • Chemistry Graduate Student Association (CGSA) Nevada, Reno
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • American Chemistry Council

Green Chemistry Universities Worldwide:

Green Chemistry Universities at Asia :

Peking University | University of Cambridge | University of Tokyo | Zhejiang University | Nanjing University | Kyoto University | California Institute of Technology | University of Chicago | Fudan University | University of Oxford | University of Science and Technology of China | Georgia Institute of Technology | Osaka University | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich | Green Chemistry Meetings | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | Environmental Chemistry Conferences | University of California | Green Chemistry Conferences | Imperial College | University of Wisconsin | East China University of Science and Technology | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | Dalian University of Technology |  Xiamen University | University of Illinois | Green Chemistry Conferences | University of Michigan | Jilin University | Nankai University | University of Toronto | Tohoku University | Princeton University | University of North Carolina | University of Minnesota | National Taiwan University | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | University of Pennsylvania | Seoul National University | Cornell University | University of California | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | Texas A&M University  | Pennsylvania State University | Chemistry Conferences | Pohang University of Science and Technology

Europe Green Chemistry Universities:

University of Graz | University of Innsbruck | Montanuniversität Leoben | Johannes Kepler University | Green Chemistry Conferences | Ghent University | Ruaer Boskovia Institute | University of Split | Green Chemistry Conferences | University of Zagreb | Charles University | Palacký University | University of Pardubice | Green Chemistry Meetings | University of Copenhagen | Aalto University | University of Grenoble University of Barcelona |  University of the Basque Country | University of Cádiz | University of Extremadura  | University of Granada | University of Jaén | University of Oviedo | University of Santiago de Compostela | University of Valladolid | University of Vigo | University of Zaragoza | Stockholm University | University of Bradford | University College Cork | Green Chemistry Conferences | Masaryk University | Robert Gordon University | Sheffield Hallam University | University of Southampton | University of Warwick |  Institute for Research in Organic Fine Chemistry | National Graduate School of Engineering Chemistry | Lille University | University of Lyon | Chimie Paris tech | Laboratory Analytical Sciences | University of Poitiers | University of Pau and Adour Country | University of Reims Champagne | University of Strasbourg | University in Aachen | University of Bayreuth | Chemistry Conferences | Technical University of Berlin | Free University of Berlin  | Ruhr University Bochum | University of Bonn | University of Alicante | Environmental Chemistry Conferences

Green Chemistry Universities at USA :

Marquette University | Miami University | Northeastern University | Green Chemistry Meetings | Old Dominion University | Oregon State University | Purdue University | New Brunswick Piscataway  | Seton Hall University | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | South Dakota State University | Stevens Institute of Technology | Tufts University | University of Cincinnati | University of Georgia | University of Louisville | Environmental Chemistry Conferences | University of Maryland | University of Missouri | The University of Montana | University of Nebraska | University of Southern Mississippi | University of South Florida | The University of Tennessee | The University of Texas at Austin | University of Toledo | Vanderbilt University | Wake Forest University | Washington State University | Brigham Young University | California State University | Case western Reserve University | Clarkson University | Cleveland State University  | Florida State University | Georgetown University | The George Washington University | Green Chemistry Conferences | Governors State University | Howard University | Illinois Institute of Technology | Indiana University | Kansas State University | Kent State University

Green Chemistry Universities at Africa:

University of Cape town | University of Pretoria | University of South Africa | University of the Witwatersrand | University of Kwa Zulu | Universities Stellenbosch | University of Johannesburg | North-West University | Green Chemistry Conferences | University of Nairobi | University of the Western Cape | Green Chemistry Meetings | The American University in Cairo | University of Ibadan | Cairo University | Rhodes University | Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University | University of free state | Makerere University | Cape Peninsula University of Technology | Addis Ababa University | Egerton University | University of Ghana | University of Nigeria | University of Lagos | Kenyatta University | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | Obafemi Awolowo University | Tshwane University of Technology |  Durban University of Technology | Covenant University | Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology | Mansoura University | Ahmadu Bello University | Ain Shams University |  Jimma University | Cheikh Anta Diop University | Alexandria University | University of Khartoum | University of Fort Hare | Federal University of Technology | The German University in Cairo | University of Botswana | University of Abou Bekr Belkaïd | University of Ilorin | Benha University | Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology | Assiut University | Sudan University of Science and Technology | Helwan University | University of Abuja | University of Zimbabwe | Vaal University of Technology

Green Chemistry Societies:

Separations Chemistry | Analytical Chemistry Springboard | Analytical Sciences Digital Library | Green Chemistry Conferences | National Registry of Certified Chemists | Society for Applied Spectroscopy | The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry | Green Chemistry Meetings | ANACHEM Association of Analytical Chemists |  Division of Analytical Chemistry | Israel Analytical Chemistry Society | Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh | Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry of India | Indian Society for Electro Analytical Chemistry | Asian Network of Analytical Chemistry | Egyptian Society of Analytical Chemistry | Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry | Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies | Egyptian Society Of Analytical Chemistry | Analytical & Life Science Systems Association | Association of Analytical Communities Research Institute | German Association of Independent Testing Laboratories | Indian Analytical Instruments Association | International Mass Spectrometry Foundation | Japan Analytical Instruments Manufacturers Association | Leibniz Institute for Analytical Sciences | Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry | British Mass Spectrometry Society | African Network of Analytical Chemists | Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry | Federation of Asian Chemical Societies | Belgian Society for Mass Spectrometry | Canadian Society for Mass Spectrometry | Hong Kong Society of Mass Spectrometry | Green Chemistry Conferences | Egyptian Chemical Society | Egyptian Society of Analytical Chemistry | Egyptian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology | Indian Society for Mass Spectrometry | Indian Society for Electro analytical Chemistry | Royal Society of Chemistry | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh | The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry | Israel Society for Analytical Chemistry | Chromatographic Society of India | German Society for Mass Spectrometry | The International Association for the Advancement of High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography | Czech Chemical Society | European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences | European Federation for Pharmaceutical Sciences | European Society for Separation Science Italian Chemical Society | Royal Netherlands Chemical Society | Chemistry Conferences | Swedish Mass Spectrometry Society | Swedish Chemical Society | The Israeli Society for Mass Spectrometry | American Organization of Analytical Chemists International | American Society for Mass Spectrometry | Association of Separation Scientists and Technologists | Austrian Society for Analytical Chemistry | Canadian Society for Analytical Science and spectrometry | Environmental Chemistry Conferences | Cooperation on International Traceability in Analytical Chemistry | International Council of Chemical Associations Society for Applied Spectroscopy | South African Chromatography Society |  Chromatography and Electrophoresis Group of the Czech Chemical Society | Separation Sciences Foundation of Denmark Denmark Association Francophone des Sciences Separatives | German Chemical Society | Hungarian Society for Separation Science | Italian Society for Separation Science | Ukranian Chromatographic Society | Spanish Society for Chromatography and Associated Techniques | Norwegian Chromatographic Group | Norwegian Chemical Society

Green Chemistry Companies in Europe:

VWR International GmbH | Horiba Jobin Yvon GmbH | Hitachi High-Tech Science Corporation | Malvern Instruments GmbH | Heraeus Deutschland GmbH | Xylem Analytics Germany Sales GmbH | Green Chemistry Conferences | Bureau Verities Consumer Products Services Germany GmbH | Merck KGaA Drägerwerk | Sympatec GmbH | Michell Instruments GmbH | Polytec GmbH | Infinium Pharmachem Pvt. Ltd | Green Chemistry Meetings | Mettler Toledo GmbH | Brand GmBH | Geuer International GmbH | Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH | Hamamatsu Photonics Deutschland GmbH | Polytetra GmbH | Gerhardt GmbH & C | C3 Prozess- und Analysentechnik GmbH | Kruss GmbH | AHF analysentechnik AG | Quality Systems International GmbH | Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH | Campro Scientific GmbH | Heraeus Materials Technology GmbH | Starna Scientific Limited | VLM GmbH | Vertriebs GmbH | Leica Microsystems GmbH | Henniker Plasma | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | Hahnemühle FineArt GmbH | SRI Instruments Europe GmbH | PSS Polymer Standards Service GmbH | SunChrom Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH | Gilson International B.V | VICI AG International | Hamilton Bonaduz AG | Alpha Crom AG | Labomatic Instruments AG | Chemistry Conferences | Axel Semrau GmbH |YMC Europe GmbH | Tosoh Bioscience GmbH | Merck Millipore | Data Apex | Showa Denko Europe GmbH | Waters GmbH | PerkinElmer LAS GmbH | Gerstel GmbH | SIM Scientific Instruments Manufacturer GmbH | Shimadzu Deutschland GmbH | Labexchange - Die Laborgerätebörse GmbH | Wyatt Technology Europe GmbH | Postnova Analytics GmbH | Green Chemistry Conferences | MLS GmbH | CEM GmbH | Gardner Denver Thomas GmbH | MKS Instruments Deutschland GmbH | Cmc Instruments GmbH | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | HAVER & BOECKER OHG | Xylem Analytics Germany Sales GmbH | LECO Instrument GmbH | VWR International GmbH | Gesellschaft für Analysentechnik HLS

Green Chemistry Companies in USA :

AB Sciex | BMG Labtech | B&W Tek | Buchiglas USA Corp | Light Technology Industries | Biomics Inc. | Pickering Laboratories | Labsphere Inc. | Green Chemistry Conferences | Analytica of Branford | IMR Technologies | Industrial Test Systems | Basic Chemical Solutions | Green Chemistry Meetings | Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. | Sustainable Chemistry Conferences | Anasys Instruments Corporation | Shimadzu Scientific Instruments | Agilent Technologies | Bay Spec | Celerity | Pickering Laboratories | Chemistry Conferences | Labsphere | Analytica of Branford | IMR Technologies | International Equipment Trading Ltd | Industrial Test Systems | Eckert & Ziegler CNL Scientific Resources | Thar Instruments | High-Purity Standards | J2 Scientific | Columbus Instruments | PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences | Tiger Optics LLC | Environmental Chemistry Conferences | Spex Certi Prep  | Aspex Corporation | Extech Instruments Corp | OI Analytical | ESA Laboratories | Nova Analytics Corporation | Caliper Life Sciences | Advanced Instruments | Optimize Technologies  | Advanced Microscopy Group | MAC-MOD Analytical

Green Chemistry Companies in Middle East  and Asia:

Sineo Microwave Chemistry Technology Co., Ltd | Green Chemistry Conferences | Buchiglas China Corp | Taixing WTR Chemical Plant | Skyray Instrument Inc. | L & W Optics Electronics Co., Ltd | HB Optical Technology Co. Ltd | Beijing Rayleigh Analytical Instruments Corp | Green Chemistry Meetings | Tianjin Bonna Agela Technologies Cs | Shanghai Xu Hang Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd | Chemistry Conferences | Infinium Pharmachem Pvt. Ltd | TTL Technologies Pvt. Ltd | AIMIL LTD | Electro lab | Netel India Limited | Environmental Chemistry Conferences | Agilent Technologies India Pvt. Ltd | Hitachi High-Tech Science Corporation | T&D Corporation |  Alfa Mirage Co., Ltd | Hamamatsu Photonics K.K | BDH Middle East LLC | ALS Arabia



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