8th International Conference and Exhibition on Biopolymers and Bioplastics

8th International Conference and Exhibition on Biopolymers and Bioplastics going to be held on October 15-16, 2018 at Las Vegas, USA. The main theme of the conference is “Applications and Characterization of Biopolymers Vs Polymers: A Global Debate”.

Biopolymers and Bioplastics 2018 International Conference is an attempt to explore the various ways to utilize natural resources for betterment of the future, promising a better tomorrow for the progeny and a better vision for the springing research. Bioplastics and Biopolymers conferences is anticipated to be one the best scientific conferences in USA. The scientific sessions of this International Conference on Bioplastics and Biopolymers conferences has been designed on vivacious topics such as Biomaterials and Biopolymers, Green Chemicals, Industrial Biotechnology, Micro and Nano blends based on natural polymers.

International Conference on Advances in Skin, Wound Care & Tissue Science

Allied Academics invites all the participants from all across the globe to attend “International Conference on Advances in Skin, Wound Care & Tissue Science”, slated on June 14-15, 2018 at London, UK with the theme “Enlightening the Future Advancements in Wound Care Practices”.

The live format of the conference will be accredited with CME and CPD Credits

Wound Care 2018 is an event designed for the renowned experts working in the field of Wound Care will focus on the Advanced Techniques, Case studies, Cure, prevention and research experience done in the related area of wound care, tissue science, skin and nursing. Three days interactive, stimulating discussion and presentations on wound care, wound healing, diabetic foot prevention, pain management, skin tears, tissue repair, regenerative medicine and latest research findings that can help you establish a different learning approach using evidence based practice for better results. It includes prompt keynote presentations, poster presentations, oral talks, and exhibitions.

The conference is for worldwide healthcare professionals influencing patient care. This year guarantees an innovative networking approach which has never been experienced before. Additionally, a research platform for rising stars to share their valuable cutting-edge information to reinforce everyday skin and wound practice. Meet the future as we pledge to change the landscape of Wound Care by bringing the World wide Wound care Specialists to London, UK. For more information visit link: http://woundcare.alliedacademies.com/

Conference Highlights

Wound Care & Infection Control

Wound & Wound Care

Wound Care & Nutrition

Wound Care & Dressing

Wound Care & Ulcers

Wound Care & Diabetes

Wound Care & Lymphedema

Wound Healing & Tissue Repair

Wound Care & Treatment

Wound Care & Nursing

Wound Care & Pain Management

Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine

Wound Healing & Regenerative Medicine

Burns & Advanced Wound Care

Advances in Skin & Wound Care

Skin & Wound Healing

Stem Cells & Wound Healing

Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nursing

Skin & Skin Cancer

Wound Care Management & Therapies

Let’s meet in the city of London, UK.

Contact Details:

Lizeth Andrea
Conference Director | Wound Care 2018
P: 0-800-086-8979
E: woundcarecongress@gmail.com

UK: 85 Great Portland St, Marylebone, London W1W 7LT, UK

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Shanghai, China

SOLITUDE IN SHANGHAI: Find flickers of tranquility in China’s largest city

Left to Right: The Bund; East Nanjing Road. Photo by Janet Gyenes.

The low morning sun hides behind the buildings huddled up to East Nanjing Road in Shanghai’s Huangpu district. A few blocks from the Bund, thousands flock to this pedestrian stroll to shop at its 600 trendy boutiques, businesses and Qing Dynasty-era department stores. But for now, it’s still slumbering. The massive façade of an Apple store hasn’t yet transformed into a glass birdcage for a captive audience. Instead, it’s the backdrop for a cadre of women dancing in formation. Like delicate birds, they flap their arms, snapping open and shut broad yellow-and-red fans that seem like plumage extending from their fingertips. This scene is a not-so-rare respite from the cacophony of China’s largest city.

Once flooded with trade in tea, silk and opium,  more than 4,000 years of history has shaped this port  city on the East China Sea. So too has the Huangpu River (a tributary of the Yangtze), carving this metropolis of  24 million people into two distinctive areas on its east and west banks.

Pudong (its name translates to “east bank”) lives up to its Instagram persona, its skyline spiked with high-altitude skyscrapers such as the spaceship-like Oriental Pearl TV Tower (its third sphere is actually called Space Capsule) and the 101-storey Shanghai World Financial Center, a neo-futurist building that looks like a colossal bottle opener. Puxi, or “west bank,” is framed by the Bund, a one-kilometre-long riverside promenade lined with heritage buildings, including the 1929 art deco Fairmont Peace Hotel.

Left to Right: Roof lines of the Jade Temple juxtaposed with modern Shanghai; At the Jade Temple; Prayer beads. Photo by Janet Gyenes.

With its mega-tall towers and throngs, Shanghai often draws comparison to New York City. Or Paris, thanks to the trove of villas and wutong (plane) trees lining the streets in the former French Concession. But this not the US or Europe. Chinese culture and quiet can be found in Shanghai’s spiritual spots such as the Jade Buddha Temple in the Jing’An district. Here, peek inside the halls where worshippers kneeling on colourful cushions murmur prayers to gilded deities. Be sure to seek out the temple’s namesake 1.9-metre buddha; photography is prohibited, adding to the solitude.

Left to Right: Graffiti at M50; Shanghai Teahouse. Photo by Janet Gyenes.

To explore the modern, artful side of Shanghai, take a one-kilometre walk from the temple to the M50 creative park, tracing tea-stained Suzhou Creek. Formerly the Xinhe Cotton Mill, the revamped industrial space with graffitied walls is now a warren of ultra-cool artists’ studios, galleries and cafes. Chat with artisans as you snap up their fashionable handmade leather goods, jewellery and ceramics. After drinking in new Shanghai, head to Old Town, a cataclysm of cutting-edge and ancient where smoggy silhouettes of towers rise behind the winged eaves of wooden structures. Elbow past the crowds and climb the staircase to the Old Shanghai Teahouse, a 1930s throwback with the aura of an antiques shop. Settle in, sip tea (or beer) and devour juicy dumplings in this second-floor enclave while listening to the chirp of live music being performed. — Janet Gyenes

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