Allied Academies is elated to invite your noteworthy presence at the International Conference on Membrane Science and Technology. The congress is to be held in the month of September 11-12, 2017 in the financial parkland city of Paris, France. Membrane Science 2017 Conference will emphasis on the brand new evolution of the technological advancement in the field of Membrane Development and its Applications to various fields including waste water treatment and pharmaceutical industries. It will provide a platform for a perfect globalized discussion, sharing news and views regarding the advancements in the membrane technology, networking and recognize new ground-breaking ideas.
The conference discussion will revolve around the theme “Entailing the Rising Need for Advancements in the Membrane Separation Techniques” and is exclusively planned to explore the in-depth utilization of membrane science technology in the separation techniques. Allied academies plays the role of host to more than a series of 3000+ International Events that comprises of 600+ scientific conferences, 1200+ symposia and above 1200 workshops in the US, Europe and Asia as well. This is possible because of backing from numerous scientific societies. Allied Academies also accounts for publishing 700+ open access journals whose editorial boards members are world renowned personalities and reputed scientists.
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