Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Greetings from Biotechnology 2022!
We are glad to invite you all to the webinar "10th World Biotechnology Congress", which is scheduled on August 24-25, 2022.
Biotechnology 2022 is entitled with the theme "Current Challenges and Future Perspectives of Biotechnology" which will include keynote speeches, plenary talks, oral sessions, poster sessions, and workshops.
Biotechnology 2022 takes the privilege of welcoming all the researchers, brand exhibitors, investigators, doctors, professors, academicians, delegates, as well as students to explore, learn, and share their research knowledge and experience in the field of biotechnology and related disciplines.
Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused and on a wide range of subjects, to foster learning, inspiration, and wonder-and provoke knowledge on challenges and future perspectives of biotechnology.
We strongly encourage all aspirants for active participation and we hope you will get benefits from this webinar.
The Pulsus conference is organizing the 10th World Biotechnology Congress with the theme "Current Challenges and Future Perspectives of Biotechnology" on August 24–25, 2022, to foster the sharing of new innovative ideas among academicians, industrialists, research scholars, and students.
The main goal of Biotechnology 2022 is to unite biotechnologists, industrial experts, doctors, professors, research scholars, young scientists, health-care professionals, students, and delegates in biotechnology fields across the globe to share their innovative research experiences and engage with fellowship. It also provides a great chance for aspiring scientists and developers to create international relationships and enrich their careers through an interactive session with eminent speakers.
The development of medications and therapies, nutritious substances, eco-sustainable substances, bioenergy, and novel functional materials is aided by understanding the principles of biotechnology.
Biotechnology 2022 will enlighten the audience on the aspects of various branches of biotechnology. It also gives an insight into the impacts, trends, challenges, and applications of biotechnology in various fields.
We are excited and are fairly sure this Biotechnology 2022 will be informative, and beneficial to everyone. We are confident that this webinar will provide you with an incredible experience.
Benefits of attending
- Participants will get the opportunity to explore and acquire valuable knowledge from experts
- The greatest platform for building strong collaborations and international relationships
- Give in-depth industry news that applies to your sector and meet the best influencers
- CME accreditation certificates will be given to all participants
- A chance to meet the world’s renowned speakers
- It aids in the development of research ideas
- Vice President
- Research Lab Scientists
- Faculty, Students
- Young scientists and Researchers
- Research Scholars
- Associations and Society members
- Business Expertise
- Industrial Experts
Sessions and Tracks
- Plant Biotechnology
- Animal Biotechnology
- Food Biotechnology
- Medical Biotechnology
- Environmental Biotechnology
- Marine Biotechnology
- Industrial Biotechnology
- Future Perspective of Biotechnology
Session on: Biotechnology
Biotechnology is the alteration of biological organisms or its constituents, via genetic engineering, to develop useful, commercial goods such as pest resistance crops, new microbial strains, or innovative medications. Biotechnology is the application of biology to resolve issues and generate valuable products. Biotechnology has worked to boost the nutritional value of our food source, enable adaptability within the food supply chain, provide prospects for medical advances, eliminate or reduce waste products, and lower infectious infection risks.
- Gene editing
- Covid-19 Vaccines
Session on: Plant Biotechnology
Plants provide various raw materials and nourishment for humans and the environment. Poor crop production, crop quality reduction, depletion of soil fertility, pests, infection, and abiotic and biotic stress are a few of the issues that have plagued agriculture. Biotechnology assists in bringing out the best in it. In plant biotechnology, genetically modified plants are produced using genetic engineering and tissue culture techniques to improve crop yield. Plant Biotechnology entails the creation of transgenic plants that are resistant to abiotic and biotic factors, as well as the production of haploids, embryo retrieval, cryopreservation, clonal propagation, and other techniques.
- Transgenic Plants
- Plant Tissue Culture
- Plantigens and Plantibodies
Session on: Animal Biotechnology
Animal Biotechnology is a field of biotechnology wherein molecular biology approaches have been used to alter an animal’s genome in order to enhance its adaptability for industrial, agricultural, or therapeutic purposes. Animal Biotechnology has boosted animal productivity by increasing growth, fertility, and carcass characteristics, enhancing nutrition and feed consumption, improving food safety and quality, strengthening health and welfare, and reducing waste through more effective resource utilisation. Animal Biotechnology is concerned with the production of transgenic organisms that produce more milk or meat while also being disease resistant. Also, it involves in vitro fertilization of eggs and embryo transfer to a female animal's womb for subsequent growth.
- Animal Tissue Culture
- Stem Cell Therapy
- Gene Therapy
- Forensic Science
- Monoclonal Antibodies
Session on: Food Biotechnology
Food Biotechnology is the application of technology to alter the genetic material of food sources. Plants, animals, and microbes are the sources of our food. Food Biotechnology helps in the development of new species of plants and animals, particularly those that humans consume. Production, nutrition, and marketing features are all desirable in these novel species. Food Biotechnology is concerned with the manufacture, quality management, preservation, packaging, research, innovation, and development of food products.
- Dairy Biotechnology
- Beverages Biotechnology
- Prebiotics and Probiotics
- Food Additives
- Food Processing and Preservation
- Food Packaging
Session on: Medical Biotechnology
Medical Biotechnology has benefited from genetic engineering in the large-scale production of hormones, antibiotics, blood serum proteins, and other therapeutic products. Medical Biotechnology is a field of medicine that studies and then manufactures pharmaceutical and diagnostic products using living cells and cell components. These products aid in the treatment and prevention of many diseases. Medical Biotechnology is focused on disease diagnosis, large-scale manufacturing of medicines and hormones like insulin and interferon, vaccines against chicken pox, rabies, polio, and other diseases, as well as growth hormones like bovine.
- Wound Dressing
- Tissue Engineering
- Traditional Medicine
- Regenerative Medicine
- Disease Diagnosis and Prevention
Session on: Environmental Biotechnology
Environmental Biotechnology is biotechnology that is used to investigate and apply to the natural habitat. Environmental Biotechnology research examines the interconnections between microbes and their surroundings using physical, biological, and chemical principles. Environmental Biotechnology can also refer to the attempt to commercialize and exploit biological processes. This technique helps in the conservation and restoration of environmental quality. Environmental Biotechnology encompasses the use of biological agents including bacteria, fungi, and viruses to detoxify waste and industrial effluents, treat sewage water, and manage plant pests and diseases.
- Waste Recycling
- Soil Biology
Session on: Marine Biotechnology
Marine Biotechnology is also known as Blue Biotechnology. Marine Biotechnology is the use of biotechnology, cellular and molecular biology, and bioinformatics to produce products from the marine environment. Marine Biotechnology is critical to realizing the value of marine bioresources, which have been mostly unexplored until now. This resource could be used to develop new products, as well as to reduce global food, health, and energy issues. Marine Biotechnology research includes marine habitats, pharmacological drugs, enzymes, chemical products, etc. It also addresses aquaculture, seafood safety, bioremediation, biofuels, and other topics.
- Marine Microbiomes
- Marine Algae
Session on: Industrial Biotechnology
Industrial Biotechnology involves the use of microbes, plants, and enzymes to manufacture energy, consumer products, and chemical products. Engaging with nature to optimise and enhance the existing biological processes that can be employed in production is the goal of Industrial Biotechnology. Industrial Biotechnology is one of the most promising new technologies to reduce pollution, conserve resources, improve efficacy, and lower costs. Industrial Biotechnology is concerned with the industrial production of a variety of valuable organic products, like citric acid, acetic acid, glycerine, acetone, and even antibiotics like mitomycin, penicillin, and streptomycin, using microbes, particularly fungi and bacteria.
- Bioenergy and Biofuels
- Biopolymers and Bioplastics
- Bio Fertilisers
- Cosmetics and Textile
Session on: Bioinformatics
Bioinformatics is an interdisciplinary subject that is connected to genetics and genomics that uses computer technology for collecting, storing, analysing, interpreting, modelling, and visualization and disseminating biological information and data, like DNA, RNA, and amino acid sequences, or information about those structures. Bioinformatics is integrated with biology, mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, computer science, and information engineering to analyse biological information. Various fields of biotechnology rely on bioinformatics, including genome sequencing, gene identification, gene function assessment, protein structure prediction, organism identification, phylogeny, vaccine design, drug design and development, recognition of gene and genome variability, protein structure, functions and folding.
- Drug Design and Discovery
- Computational Biology
- Molecular Modelling
- Molecular Stimulation
- Metabolite Profiling
- Precision Medicine
Session on: Nanobiotechnology
The combination of biology and Nanotechnology is known as Nanobiology, Bio nanotechnology, and Nanobiotechnology for use in the production of biosynthetic and environmentally friendly technology for the production of innovative materials at the nanometre scale, in the size range of 1 nm to 100 nm. Nanobiotechnology is a discipline of science that focuses on the distinctive Physico-chemical, and biological features of nanotechnology, as well as their applications in fields like agriculture and medicine. Bionanotechnology aims to focus on developing novel diagnostic tools, biomedical tools, drug delivery devices, and immunology and treatment of disorders such as Parkinson's, cancer, chronic inflammations, Alzheimer's diseases, and other microbial infections.
- Nano Drug Delivery
Session on: Future Perspectives of Biotechnology
The current rise in Biotechnology-driven research and innovation is remarkable in various disciplines of science and medicine. Biotechnologists are at the vanguard of constant development and innovation, whether it's in biochemical technology, creating bioprinting more approachable, or producing energy from bioresources. Despite the fact that the reach of biotechnology and its related sectors has expanded dramatically after COVID-19, it may be one of the major industries to monitor in the ensuing years. The improvement in information technology like AI and machine learning improves the scope of biotechnology to speed up product development.
- Synthetic Biotechnology
- Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
- Machine Learning and Neural Networks
- Computer-Human Interfaces
- Industry 4.0
Biotechnology is the application of living organisms and systems to create useful products. Also, it is defined as the processing of living systems for the purposes of making or modifying products of therapeutic, agricultural, and industrial interest to enhance the quality of life. Biotechnology is one of the fastest-growing sectors, integrating biology, engineering, and chemistry, and is seen as a major economic driver in many countries today.
The COVID-19 disease has impacted industrial activity all over the world. The pharmaceutical industry is at the vanguard of the greater responsiveness to the COVID-19 epidemic. A rise in the number of biotech companies attempting to research and develop a vaccine for COVID-19 has created a fierce rivalry. Due to the measure of safety against the SARS-CoV-2 virus, biotechnology is playing an unparalleled role in the development of the vaccine, and a significant amount of money is being invested in the R & D of the product market. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, investors have shown increasing interest in biotech companies, with well over USD 13 billion invested in biotech organizations by 2020 worldwide. Investing a lot in the biotech business has sped up the discovery of new medications, gene treatments, and vaccines in critical therapeutics. In the future, the market will see increased demand.
The global market for biotechnology services will reach $151.10 billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 17.0%. The market share of biotechnology services in 2025 is estimated to reach $727.1 billion, whereas in 2026 it is anticipated to reach $267.29 billion with a CAGR of 15.3%. From 2021 to 2028, the biotechnology market size is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 15.83%. The biopharmaceutical sector is expected to increase at a 9.2% annual rate by 2027, attributed to the high global acceptance of biological products. As per Research, the biotechnology market would be worth around $683.52 billion in 2030, with a CAGR exceeding 8.7% from 2021 to 2030.
Top Biotechnology universities
- Harvard University, United States
- University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
- Stanford University, United States
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States
- University of Oxford, United Kingdom
- Cornell University, United States
- University of California-San Diego, United States
- Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
- University of California, Berkeley, United States
- The University of Queensland Australia, Australia
- AIChE Division 15 Food, Pharmaceuticals and Bioengineering
- American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS)
- American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) (SBE is a member)
- American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
- Biochemical Technology Division (BIOT) of the American Chemical Society
- Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)
- Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO)
- Controlled Release Society (CRS)
- The Electrophoresis Society (AES)
- Institute of Biological Engineering (IBE)
- Society for Biomaterials (SFB)
- Society of Bioprocessing Professionals (SBP)
- Society for Industrial Microbiology (SIM)
- The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE)
Top companies in the global Biotechnology markets
- Novo Nordisk A/S,
- Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.,
- Amgen, Inc.,
- CSL Limited,
- Gilead Sciences, Inc.,
- Celgene Corporation,
- Allergan, Inc.,
- Biogen Inc.,
- Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Inc.,
- F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG,
- Seagen Inc.,
- Genmab A/S,
- Biocon Limited,
- Johnson & Johnson,
- Pfizer Inc.,