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30th Annual Congress on Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials, will be organized around the theme “Modern Solutions for a Healthier Planet

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Nanotech 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Nanotech 2018

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The Internet of Things (IoT), built from inexpensive microsensors and microprocessors paired with tiny power supplies and wireless antennas, is rapidly expanding the online universe from computers and mobile gadgets to ordinary pieces of the physical world: thermostats, cars, door locks, even pet trackers. Tiny sensors could take medicine, energy efficiency and many other sectors to a whole new dimension. New IoT devices are announced almost daily, and analysts expected to up to 30 billion of them to be online by 2020. This is a crucial first step toward an Internet of Nano Things (IoNT) that could take medicine, energy efficiency and many other sectors to a whole new dimension.
Scientists have started shrinking sensors from millimeters or microns in size to the nanometer scale, small enough to circulate within living bodies and to mix directly into construction materials.

  • Track 1-1Wireless Body Sensor Networks
  • Track 1-2Nano Sensor Network
  • Track 1-3LTE and WiMAX
  • Track 1-4Nano-Machine Design
  • Track 1-5Challenges for future of IoNT

Nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter on an atomic, molecular, and supramolecular scale and engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. It refers to the projected ability to construct items from the bottom up, using techniques and tools being developed today to make complete, high performance products.

  • Track 2-1Nanotechnology to fight against infectious diseases
  • Track 2-2Nanotechnology in Biomedical Engineering
  • Track 2-3Nanotechnology and Alzheimer disease
  • Track 2-4Tissue Nano engineering
  • Track 2-5Fuel Cells and Solar Cells
  • Track 2-6Chemical Sensors and Sporting Goods

Nanomaterials are cornerstones of Nano science and Nanotechnology. Nanostructure science and technology is a broad and interdisciplinary area of research and development activity that has been growing explosively worldwide in the past few years. It has the potential for revolutionizing the ways in which materials and products are created and the range and nature of functionalities that can be accessed. It is already having a significant commercial impact, which will assuredly increase in the future.

  • Track 3-1Nanoparticles & Nanopowders
  • Track 3-2Quantum Dots
  • Track 3-3Nanospheres & Porous Nanomaterials
  • Track 3-4Nanorods & Nanotubes
  • Track 3-5Nanofoils & Nanoprisms
  • Track 3-6Nanoparticle Inks
  • Track 3-7Carbon-Based Nanomaterials
  • Track 3-8Functionalized Nanomaterials
  • Track 3-9Nanoparticle Dispersions
  • Track 3-10Nanowires etc.

Nanomaterials have a wide range of applications ranging from healthcare to electronics, optoelectronics, renewable energy technology, environmental restorations and remediation’s, medical devices, chemical industries, and in various consumer products. Our session describes all kinds of Applications of Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials.

  • Track 4-1Nanomaterials applications: Current trends & future challenges
  • Track 4-2Nanomaterials in Electronics: LEDs, thin film devices, sensors, transistors, and lasers etc.
  • Track 4-3Applications of nanomaterials in Alternative Energy & Green technology
  • Track 4-4Use of Nanomaterials in coatings
  • Track 4-5Nanomaterials in industrial chemistry
  • Track 4-6Biological, Biomedical and biosensors application of Nanomaterials
  • Track 4-7Other applications: Nanomaterials in Cosmetics, fabrication of metamaterials etc

Graphene can be defined as a single, thin layer of graphite and known as a “super material”. Graphene has put researchers all over the world into work to understand it in a better way. Graphene material has the potential to modify the future. Graphene Technology has very valid and sweeping implications for the future of Nano technology & Nano materials.

  • Track 5-1Hydrogen production without platinum
  • Track 5-2Lower cost of display screens in mobile devices
  • Track 5-3Lithium-ion batteries that recharge faster
  • Track 5-4Components with higher strength to weight ratios
  • Track 5-5Storing hydrogen for fuel cell powered cars
  • Track 5-6Lower cost fuel cells
  • Track 5-7Lightweight natural gas tanks
  • Track 5-8Graphene Nanoribbons

Nano carbon materials such as Graphene, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and fullerenes acquire extraordinary properties. Carbon nanomaterials suggest their utility as high mobility electronic materials. Furthermore, the ability to tune the band gap of semiconducting CNTs via control of diameter provides unique opportunities for customizing optical and optoelectronic properties. The properties of Nano carbons are greatly dependent upon their synthesis.

  • Track 6-1CNTs Thermal Conductivity
  • Track 6-2CNTs Field Emission
  • Track 6-3CNTs Conductive Properties
  • Track 6-4CNTs Energy Storage
  • Track 6-5CNTs Conductive Adhesive
  • Track 6-6Molecular Electronics based on CNTs

Nano composite is a multiphase solid material where one of the phases has one, two or three dimensions of less than 100 nanometres (nm), or structures having Nano-scale repeat distances between the different phases that make up the material and Multifunctional materials are the materials that perform multiple functions.
Multifunctional materials can be both naturally existing and specially engineered. Experimental, analytical, and computational approaches are followed to drive structural understanding of the behaviour of these multifunctional systems.

  • Track 7-1Producing batteries with greater power output
  • Track 7-2Speeding up the healing process for broken bones
  • Track 7-3Producing structural components with a high strength-to-weight ratio
  • Track 7-4Using graphene to make composites with even higher strength-to-weight ratios
  • Track 7-5Making lightweight sensors with Nano composites
  • Track 7-6Using Nano composites to make flexible batteries
  • Track 7-7Making tumours easier to see and remove

Nano Biotechnology is the application of Nanotechnology in biological fields. Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary field that currently recruits approach, technology and facility available in conventional as well as advanced avenues of engineering, physics, chemistry and biology. Nanobiotechnology will be the future of Nanotechnology.

  • Track 8-1Diagnostic applications
  • Track 8-2Therapeutic applications
  • Track 8-3Cellular Engineering
  • Track 8-4Nanobio and Bionano
  • Track 8-5Atomic Molecular and Laser Physics
  • Track 8-6Spintronics
  • Track 8-7Solid State Iconic (materials and devices)
  • Track 8-8Plasma Physics

Ceramics and glass Materials are inorganic, non-metallic materials consisting of metallic and non-metallic elements. The high strength bonds in Ceramic & Glass Material gives rise to some of its special characteristics. They occupy a unique place in the field of engineered materials offering many desirable alternatives to the metals and polymers in common usage.

  • Track 9-1Low to moderate density compared to metals
  • Track 9-2High Modulus of Elasticity (stiffness)
  • Track 9-3Good strength retention at elevated temperatures
  • Track 9-4High hardness
  • Track 9-5Brittle
  • Track 9-6Low impact strength
  • Track 9-7Sensitive to thermal shock

Nano Electro Mechanical System (NEMS) and Micro Electro Mechanical System (MEMS) are a class of devices integrating electrical and mechanical functionality on the Nano scale. NEMS form the logical next miniaturization step from microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS device. First MEMS device is developed by IBM during 70’s. There are already MEMS devices around us which can be a television , car or mobile phone.

  • Track 10-1Integrated Mechanical
  • Track 10-2Filters and Switches
  • Track 10-3Accelerometers
  • Track 10-4Gyroscopes
  • Track 10-5Optical Switches and Display Devices
  • Track 10-6Inkjet Printers
  • Track 10-7Data Storage Techniques
  • Track 10-8Precision Sensors

Microtechnology is a group of techniques, processes and tools used to create structures having at least one dimension of a functional feature in order of micrometre typically within the range of 10−4 to 10−7 meters and application of those structures in more complex systems. Microtechnology has the advantage of taking up less space, using less construction material, and coasting less money.

  • Track 11-1Scientific and Medical Micro Technology
  • Track 11-2Space Micro Technology
  • Track 11-3Lasers
  • Track 11-4Computer Microtechnology
  • Track 11-5Microtechnologies in Space

Nano materials and biomaterials are important because of their primal and initial applications, which date back to ancient times and the middle Ages, when glassblowers insensibly used nanotechnology.

1.They provide industrial researchers with an up-to-date and handy reference on current topics in the field of nanostructured biomaterials.

2. And includes an integrated approach that is used to discuss both the biological and engineering aspects of nanostructured biomaterials.

  • Track 12-1Biocompatibility
  • Track 12-2Biomaterial Properties
  • Track 12-3Biomaterial Synthesis
  • Track 12-4Carboxymethyl Cellulose
  • Track 12-5Chemical Reactions
  • Track 12-6Magnetically induced hyperthermia

Nanorobotics is the technology of creating machines or robots at or close to the microscopic scale of a nanometre.Nano robots would typically be devices ranging in size from 0.1-10 micrometres.

The main element used will be carbon in the form of diamond/fullerene nanocomposites because of the strength and chemical inertness of these forms. The other vital application of Nanotechnology in relation to medical research and diagnostics are Nano robots. Nano robots, operating in the human body, could monitor levels of different compounds and record the information in their internal memory.

  • Track 13-1Swarm Robotics
  • Track 13-2Biochip
  • Track 13-3Nubots
  • Track 13-4Surface-bound systems
  • Track 13-5Virus-based
  • Track 13-6Two-photon lithography
  • Track 13-7Nanorobots in Cancer Detection and Treatment
  • Track 13-8Nanorobotics in Gene Therapy
  • Track 13-9Nanorobotics in Surgery

Polymer Chemistry is the study of the synthesis, characterization and properties of polymer molecules or macromolecules, which are large molecules composed of repeating chemical subunits known as monomers. Polymers saturate every aspect of daily life, and it is difficult to imagine society without synthetic and natural polymers. Polymer products can be lightweight, hard, strong, and flexible, and may have special thermal, electrical, or optical characteristics.

  • Track 14-1Biopolymers
  • Track 14-2Synthetic Polymers
  • Track 14-3Thermoplastic Polymers
  • Track 14-4Thermoset Plastics
  • Track 14-5Higher-order polymer structures
  • Track 14-6Supramolecular Polymers

Nanosponge is a novel and emerging technology which play a vital role in targeting drug delivery in a controlled manner. These tiny sponges can circulate around the body until they encounter the specific target and stick on the surface and begin to release the drug. As compared to other nanoparticles, nanosponges are porous, non-toxic and stable at high temperatures up to 3000C.
Nanosponges are a new class of materials and made of microscopic particles with few nanometres wide cavities in which a large variety of substances can be encapsulated.
Nanosponges are tiny sponges with a size of about a virus (250nm-1µm), which consists of cavities that can be filled with a wide variety of drugs.

  • Track 15-1Nanosponges in Oral Drug delivery
  • Track 15-2Nanosponges in cancer treatment
  • Track 15-3Nanosponges helps in release of enzymes, proteins, vaccines and antibodies.
  • Track 15-4Red Blood Cell Nanosponges – To combat and prevent MRSA infections.
  • Track 15-5Cyclodextrin Based Nanosponge

Nano electronics refer to the use of Nanotechnology in electronic components. A Nano electronic device can be made fully functional, the work load it can do is restricted to its size. The basic principle is that the power of a machine will increase according to the increase in volume, but the amount of friction that the machine’s bearings hold will depend on the surface area of the machine. The term covers a diverse set of devices and materials, with the common characteristic that they are so small that inter-atomic interactions and quantum mechanical properties need to be studied extensively.

  • Track 16-1Nanofabrication
  • Track 16-2Nanomaterials Electronics
  • Track 16-3Molecular Electronics
  • Track 16-4Energy Production
  • Track 16-5Energy Production
  • Track 16-6Nanoradio
  • Track 16-7Nano Computers
  • Track 16-8Silver Nanoparticle ink

Nano Photonics or Nano-optics is the study of the behaviour of light on the nanometre scale, and of the interaction of nanometres-scale objects with light. It is a branch of optics, optical engineering, electrical engineering, and Nanotechnology. Nano Photonics is seen as a crucial technology which is expected to play a complementary role to micro/nano electronics on chip and extend the capacity of telecommunication networks.

  • Track 17-1Optoelectronics and Microelectronics
  • Track 17-2Spectroscopy and Microscopy
  • Track 17-3Metamaterials
  • Track 17-4Photonic & plasmonic nanomaterials
  • Track 17-5Optical properties of nanostructures
  • Track 17-6Optics and transport on 2D materials
  • Track 17-7Nano-Optomechanics
  • Track 17-8Quantum nano-optics
  • Track 17-9Nanoscale photo thermal effects

Nano coatings are Nano sized particles comprised of some sort of mineral or chemical that’s usually painted onto a surface, generally being an appliance of some sort, to aid the device in a wide assortment of functions. Nano coatings offer significant benefits for applications in the aerospace, defence, medical, marine, and oil industries, have driven manufacturers to incorporate multi-functional coatings in their products.

  • Track 18-1Anti-corrosion Coatings
  • Track 18-2Anti-reflection coatings
  • Track 18-3Self-healing coatings
  • Track 18-4Anti-abrasion coatings
  • Track 18-5Thermal Barrier coatings
  • Track 18-6Antibacterial coatings
  • Track 18-7Water proof and non-stick coatings
  • Track 18-8Nanotechnology-Based Filtration
  • Track 18-9Anti-fouling Coatings
  • Track 18-10Thermal Coatings
  • Track 18-11Lubricant Coatings
  • Track 18-12Anti-graffiti coatings

Nano sensors are chemical or mechanical sensors that can be used to detect the presence of chemical species and nanoparticles, or monitor physical parameters such as temperature, on the nanoscale. These are any sensor used to convey information about nanoparticles to the macroscopic world. Their use mainly includes clinical medicine or as tools for other Nano products, such as semiconductor chip or Nano scale machines.

  • Track 19-1Nanosensoring in Diagnostics
  • Track 19-2Nanosensoring in Chemical Industry
  • Track 19-3Nanosensoring in Mechanical Industry
  • Track 19-4Detecting various chemicals in gases for pollution monitoring
  • Track 19-5Monitoring physical parameters such as temperature ,displacement and flow.

A Quantum Dot is a particle of matter so small that the addition or removal of an electron changes its properties in some useful way. All atom s are, of course, quantum dots, but multi-molecular combinations can have this characteristic. Quantum Dots typically have dimensions measured in nanometres, where one nanometre is 10-9 meter or a millionth of a millimetre.

  • Track 20-1Optical Applications
  • Track 20-2Quantum Computing
  • Track 20-3Biological and Chemical Applications
  • Track 20-4Quantum Dots Solar Cells
  • Track 20-5Quantum Dots Sensors
  • Track 20-6Quantum Dots Battery
  • Track 20-7Quantum dots for Cancer Diagnosis
  • Track 20-8Quantum Dots Antibody
  • Track 20-9Quantum Dots Laser

Green nanotechnology is the study of how nanotechnology can benefit the environment, such as by using less energy during the manufacturing process, the ability to recycle products after use, and using eco-friendly materials. It is the kind of Nanotechnology that uses different environmentally friendly Nano-products and technological processes in order to enhance the environmental sustainability.

  • Track 21-1Water treatment
  • Track 21-2Desalination of water
  • Track 21-3Treatment of Biofilms by Enzymes
  • Track 21-4Control different types of Pollution
  • Track 21-5Usage of Atomic Synthesis

Nano Toxicology is a new area of study that deals with the toxicological profiles of Nano materials (NMs). Nano toxicology is a branch of bionanoscience which deals with the study and application of toxicity of Nano materials. Nano Toxicology is regarded as the assessment of the toxicological properties of nanoparticles with the intention of determining whether they may pose an environmental or societal threat.

  • Track 22-1Cytotoxicity
  • Track 22-2Genotoxicity
  • Track 22-3Coatings and Charges
  • Track 22-4Ecotoxicity

Nanoparticles can be engineered with distinctive compositions, sizes, shapes, and surface chemistries to enable novel techniques in a wide range of biological applications. The unique properties of nanoparticles and their behaviour in biological milieu also enable exciting and integrative approaches to studying fundamental biological questions.

  • Track 23-1Liposomes
  • Track 23-2Albumin-bound
  • Track 23-3Polymeric
  • Track 23-4Protein filled Nanoparticles
  • Track 23-5Cerium oxide Nanoparticles
  • Track 23-6Polymer coated iron oxide Nanoparticles
  • Track 23-7Polymer micelle Nanoparticle

Nano Pharmaceutical shelter all aspects of nanotechnology based pharmaceutics that applies to formulation, development and delivery aspects of pharmaceuticals. Nanomaterials (Nano size materials) that bring unique shapes and functionalities and Nano devices show a strategic role in pharmaceutical nanotechnology. Nano pharmaceutics is the hope of healthcare and has enormous promise.

  • Track 24-1Nano Pharmaceutical for drug delivery and therapy
  • Track 24-2Proteins and peptide delivery
  • Track 24-3Cancer Treatment
  • Track 24-4Treatment of neurodegenerative disorders
  • Track 24-5Nano Pharmaceutical in biological therapies

Nano medicine is the application of  the Nanotechnology (engineering of tiny machines) to the prevention and treatment of disease in the human body. Nanomedicine representing the key insight that the ability to structure materials and devices at the molecular scale can bring enormous immediate benefits in the research and practice of medicine. This evolving discipline has the potential to dramatically change medical science.

  • Track 25-1Nano medicine in Cancer
  • Track 25-2Nano Medicine targeting Atherosclerosis
  • Track 25-3Nano Medicine to fight Diabetes
  • Track 25-4Nano Medicine for the eye
  • Track 25-5Nano Medicine to combat Antimicrobial-Resistance
  • Track 25-6Nano Medicine and Tissue Engineering
  • Track 25-7Nano Medicine to treat arthritis
  • Track 25-8Nanomedicine for immune system

Cancer Nanotechnology involves creating and utilizing the constructs of variable chemistry and architecture with dimensions at the Nano scale level comparable to those of biomolecules or biological vesicles in the human body. It is the branch of Nanotechnology concerned with the application of both the Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

  • Track 26-1Carbon Nano tubes
  • Track 26-2Carcinogenesis
  • Track 26-3Dendrimers
  • Track 26-4Nano Particles
  • Track 26-5Delivering life using Chemotherapy
  • Track 26-6Nano-enabled Immunotherapy
  • Track 26-7Augmenting Radiotherapy
  • Track 26-8Nanotherapy for Cancer

The term Nanotechnology alludes to an extensive variety of advances which might majorly affect drug and particularly in the field of cardiovascular pharmaceutical. A portion of the exploration territories in cardiovascular medication conceivably influenced by the utilization of nanotechnology incorporate observing gadgets for the cardiovascular framework (bio sensors), heart valve prostheses, imaging innovation (contrast media), instruments and propelled materials for insignificant intrusive surgery, persistent medication application innovation, drug eluting stents, and mechanical help gadgets supporting the coming up short heart.

  • Track 27-1Nano Cardiomyoplasty
  • Track 27-2Nano-carriers against atherosclerotic plaques
  • Track 27-3Polysaccharide Nano systems for Future Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Track 27-4Transmyocardial Revascularization (TMR) by Medical Nano materials
  • Track 27-5Nano Artificial Heart Valve Surgery
  • Track 27-6Nanotechnology for Cardiac Tissue Regeneration

Treatment of stroke and spinal line harm, and also other focal sensory system issue, is a noteworthy test for regenerative prescription. Stem cells have been shown to selectively target injured brain and spinal cord tissue and improve functional recovery. To allow cell detection, superparamagnetic iron-oxide nanoparticles can be used to label transplanted cells. Nanotechnology is a rapidly developing field in contemporary medical research that offers promising future perspectives for the treatment of CNS disorders

  • Track 28-1Nano Cell Therapy in the CNS
  • Track 28-2Magnetic Nanoparticles for Labelling Stem Cells
  • Track 28-3In vivo Tracking of Stem Cells in Brain & Spinal Cord Lesions
  • Track 28-4Nanofibers as Scaffolds in Spinal Cord Repair
  • Track 28-5Electrospun Nanofibers
  • Track 28-6Self-assembling Peptide Nanofibers

The future of Nanotechnology is completely uncharted territory. It is almost impossible to predict everything that nanoscience will bring to the world considering that this is such a young science. The genesis of nanotechnology can be traced to the promise of revolutionary advances across medicine, communications, genomics and robotics.

There is the possibility that the future of Nanotechnology is very bright, that this will be the one science of the future that no other science can live without. There is also a chance that this is the science that will make the world highly uncomfortable with the potential power to transform the world.

The future of Nanotechnology could improve the outlook for medical patients with serious illnesses or injuries. Physicians could theoretically study Nano surgery and be able to attack illness and injury at the molecular level. This, of course, could eradicate cancer as the surgical procedures would be done on the cellular base.

  • Track 29-1Nanotechnology will affect the health industry
  • Track 29-2Nanotechnology will bring a whole new meaning to the word “security
  • Track 29-3One of the coolest Nanotechnology gadgets
  • Track 29-4Nanotechnology can help in Food preservation
  • Track 29-5Nanotechnology will revolutionize the oil industry
  • Track 29-6Nanotechnology will present crime prevention with an entirely new set of abilities like Forensic, Trackers, Bar Codes.
  • Track 29-7Nanotechnology will definitely be used in warfare
  • Track 29-8Impact of Nanotechnology in Economy

Nanotechnology may offer new ways of working for electronics. Nanotechnology science is developing new circuit materials, new processors, new means of storing information and new manners of transferring information. Nanotechnology can offer greater versatility because of faster data transfer, more “on the go" processing capabilities and larger data memories.

Biosensors allow for the detection of specific molecules and this can be essential in ensuring safety in military operations (the detection of dangerous chemicals in chemical warfare) and health care (being able to detect an outbreak of a disease or dangerous molecules).

  • Track 30-1Nanotechnology for Flexible Electronics
  • Track 30-2Nanotechnology for Wireless devices
  • Track 30-3Nanotechnology for Molecular devices
  • Track 30-4Nano-engineered solar panels produce more energy
  • Track 30-5Nanostructures could serve as drugs for treating cancer
  • Track 30-6Dangerous side effects of current treatments like chemotherapy
  • Track 30-7Nanotech batteries last longer, lighter and more powerful
  • Track 30-8Developing a technology platform made up of Quantum Dots
  • Track 30-9Nanotube is one of the earliest forms of Nanotechnology

Nano Robots have the potential to take on human tasks as well as tasks that humans could never complete. The rebuilding of the depleted ozone layer could potentially be able to be performed.
Nano Robots could single out molecules of water contaminants. We could put these tony robots to use keeping the environment cleaner than ever since they could break it down to each atom of water pollution.

  • Track 31-1In Industry and Manufacturing
  • Track 31-2In Supercomputer
  • Track 31-3In brain’s growth
  • Track 31-4To improve Healthcare
  • Track 31-5Speed up of Medical treatment
  • Track 31-6Faster and more precise diagnosis
  • Track 31-7Minimum side affects

Nanotechnology will bring back the care in to the Healthcare system. It is very clear that the future of medicine lies within the field of nanotechnology.

Nanomedicine is promising great things, including great advancements in the treatment of cancer. Imagine swarms of nanobots swimming through your veins, repairing cells or attacking viruses. Nanotechnology is likely to change the healthcare system forever. These small materials are capable of performing medical tasks that are currently not possible with today’s medical technologies.

  • Track 32-1Nanorobotics microbivores
  • Track 32-2Separation and Purification of biological molecules and cells
  • Track 32-3Probing of DNA structure, Tumour detection and Detection of Protein
  • Track 32-4Dentin Hypersensitivity and Dental Durability and Cosmetics
  • Track 32-5Tooth Repair, Tooth Repositioning and Tooth Renaturalization
  • Track 32-6Inducing Anaesthesia
  • Track 32-7Nano Dentistry
  • Track 32-8Nano Generators
  • Track 32-9Surgical Nanorobotics
  • Track 32-10Nano-Imaging for diagnosis, therapy and delivery in preclinical and clinical fields

Nanotechnology is rapidly gaining traction across a range of industries, from agriculture to water treatment to energy storage. Today, nanotechnology is one of the most innovative, cutting-edge areas of scientific study and it continues to advance at staggering rates. From scientists at technology-focused companies and institutions to students pursuing a nanotechnology degree, leaders in nanotechnology are creating the latest breakthroughs in the field.

  • Track 33-11. In Healthcare Sector: Drug Delivery
  • Track 33-22. Agriculture: Crop Protection and Livestock Productivity
  • Track 33-33. Water Treatment: Safe Purification
  • Track 33-44. Diseases: Early Detection
  • Track 33-55. Energy Storage: Solar Power