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11th International Conference & Exhibition on

Separation Techniques

Theme: Advancements and Research Applications of Various Separation Techniques

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Brussels, Belgium

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Conference Speaker

Valeriy Luchnikov

Institute of Materials Science of Mulhouse

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Alexei V Finkelstein

Institute of Protein Research

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Denis Lutckii

Saint Petersburg Mining University

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Hyunwook Jung

Yonsei University
South Korea

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Mirtes Midori Tanae

Federal University of São Paulo

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Joscha Breibeck

University of Vienna

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Maria Merlani

Tbilisi State Medical University

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M Paula Robalo

Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon

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Marcelo Vollmann

Petrochemicals Europe

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Sebastian Ziewer Arndts

Analyticon Instruments Gmbh

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Martina Hermannova

Czech Republic

Conference Speaker

Naoki Sugimoto

Konan University

Tracks & Key Topics

separation techniques 2022

About Conference

Separation Techniques 2022 will be organizing webinars by offering a virtual platform to all academicians, researchers, industry professional, and scholars. Webinars will be scheduled on a wide range of topics and it will be helpful for the scientific fraternity to be connected while staying at their preferred place. Join the webinars organized by us and let the world know about your research and innovation.




Advanced Medicinal Chemistry:

Medicinal/Pharmaceutical chemistry deals with the discovery, design, development and both pharmacological and analytical characterisation of drug substances. Medicinal chemists are indispensable in the preclinical stages of drug development, and again as pharmaceutical chemists in drug quality control. Medicinal chemistry draws from organic chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology, and medicine.


Advanced Organic & Inorganic Chemistry:

Organic reactions square chemical reactions involving organic compounds. The fundamental chemical reaction classifies square-measure addition reactions, elimination reactions, substitution reactions, pericyclic reactions, preparation reactions, chemical reactions and reaction reactions.

The word organic refers to the compounds which contain the carbon atoms in it. So the branch of chemistry that deals with the study of compounds, which does not consist of carbon-hydrogen atoms in it, is called ‘Inorganic Chemistry.’ The substances which do not have carbon-hydrogen bonding are the metals, salts, chemical substances, etc.

Agricultural Chemistry:

The science of chemistry and biochemistry in their relation to agriculture, especially agricultural production, the utilization of agricultural products, and (in later use) environmental matters. Agricultural chemistry also deals with several other means of increasing yield, such as herbicides and growth stimulants, and serves as the scientific basis for introducing chemical processes into agriculture.

Analytical Chemistry:

A branch of chemistry that deals with the identification of compounds and mixtures ( qualitative analysis) or the determination of the proportions of the constituents ( quantitative analysis): techniques commonly used are titration, precipitation, spectroscopy, chromatography, etc.

Applied Chemistry:

Applied chemistry is the application of the principles and theories of chemistry to answer a specific question or solve a real-world problem, as opposed to pure chemistry, which is aimed at enhancing knowledge within the field. Chemistry, like other fields of science, follows the scientific method, though perhaps not as strictly. The scientific method is composed of techniques and guidelines for conducting research that help scientists ensure their results are accurate. Let's explore how steps of the scientific method can be used, even loosely, by applied chemists in the laboratory. 



The study of the chemical substances and processes that occur in plants, animals, and microorganisms and of the changes they undergo during development and life. It deals with the chemistry of life, and as such it draws on the techniques of analytical, organic, and physical chemistry, as well as those of physiologists concerned with the molecular basis of vital processes. All chemical changes within the organism—either the degradation of substances, generally to gain necessary energy, or the build-up of complex molecules necessary for life processes—are collectively termed metabolism. 


Chemical Engineering:

Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with chemical production and the manufacture of products through chemical processes. This includes designing equipment, systems and processes for refining raw materials and for mixing, compounding and processing chemicals to make valuable products. 

Chemistry of Fungi:

Fungi is somewhere in between the micro and macro organisms which is a good source of producing biologically active secondary metabolites. Fungi have been used as tool for producing different types of secondary metabolites by providing different nutrients at different laboratory conditions. The fungi have been engineered for the desired secondary metabolites by using different laboratory techniques, for example, homologous and heterologous expressions. 

Chemistry in Clinical Research:

Clinical laboratory science consists of various specialties such as clinical chemistry, haematology, immunology, microbiology, serology, toxicology and urinalysis. This learning guide focuses on the major specialty of clinical chemistry, which encompasses a wide variety of tests and is a major area of concentration in hospital and reference core laboratories. Clinical chemistry uses many different methodologies, manual and fully automated tests, examines both very common and esoteric analytes, mixes basic chemistry with biochemistry, engineering, informatics and other disciplines, and overlaps with other areas of concentration, in particular, toxicology and endocrinology.

Crystal Engineering:

Crystal engineering is the understanding of intermolecular interactions in the context of crystal packing and the utilization of such understanding in the design of new solids with desired physical and chemical properties. It is a subject of great scope and application that has developed by a coming together of thought streams from many other subjects.

Environmental Chemistry:

Environmental Chemistry is thus the study of the behaviour of pollutants with respect to their environmental fate and effects on the environment. Environmental Chemistry is the discipline which deals with:

  1. the environmental impact of pollutants,
  2. the reduction of contamination and
  3. Management of the environment.

Green & Sustainable Chemistry:

The Green and Sustainable Chemistry section highlights quality research that attempts to reduce or eliminate the environmental impact of the chemical enterprise by developing sustainable technologies that are inherently non-toxic to living organisms and the environment.

Industrial Chemistry:

Chemistry in its industrial applications especially to processes in manufacturing and the arts and to commercial production of chemicals. Industrial Chemistry is part of applied chemistry that deals with the development, optimization and monitoring of fundamental chemical processes used in industry to produce chemicals and chemical products.

Marine Chemistry:

Marine chemistry is the study of the chemical composition and chemical processes of the world’s oceans. Some of the key processes studied are the cycling of: inorganic and organic carbon; nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus; and trace elements, such as iron.

Mass Spectroscopy & Filtration Chemistry:

Mass spectrometry is a powerful analytical technique used to quantify known materials, to identify unknown compounds within a sample, and to elucidate the structure and chemical properties of different molecules. The complete process involves the conversion of the sample into gaseous ions, with or without fragmentation, which are then characterized by their mass to charge ratios (m/z) and relative abundances.

Filtration, the process in which solid particles in a liquid or gaseous fluid are removed by the use of a filter medium that permits the fluid to pass through but retains the solid particles. Either the clarified fluid or the solid particles removed from the fluid may be the desired product. In some processes used in the production of chemicals, both the fluid filtrate and the solid filter cake are recovered. Other media, such as electricity, light, and sound, also can be filtered.

Material Chemistry:

Material science is the study of all the materials we see in the world around us. From the clothes we wear and the dinner plates we eat off to the new technologies used in sports, medicines and computing. In this course we look at how materials work and develop an understanding of how and why the use of materials has developed throughout history including the manipulation of desirable properties to suit particular uses. The thread of ideas links the structure and bonding of different types of materials including metals, composites, polymers and smart materials to their properties.

Nuclear Chemistry:

The branch of science which deals with the chemistry of radioactive materials, especially with the transformation of chemical elements by (natural or artificial) nuclear processes.  Nuclear chemistry is the study of the chemical and physical properties of elements as influenced by changes in the structure of the atomic nucleus. Modern nuclear chemistry, sometimes referred to as radiochemistry, has become very interdisciplinary in its applications, ranging from the study of the formation of the elements in the universe to the design of radioactive drugs for diagnostic medicine.

Petro Chemistry:

Petroleum Chemistry is made of a mixture of different hydrocarbons. The most prolific hydrocarbons found in the chemistry of petroleum are alkanes, these are also sometimes knows as branched or linear hydrocarbons. A significant percentage of the remaining chemical compound is the made up of aromatic hydrocarbons and cycloalkanes. Additionally petroleum chemistry contains several more complex hydrocarbons such as asphaltenes.

Physical Chemistry:

The branch of chemistry that is concerned with the physical structure of chemical compounds, the amount of energy they have, the way they react with other compounds, and the bonds that hold their atoms together.

Polymer Chemistry:

Polymer chemists study large, complex molecules (polymers) that are built up from many smaller (sometimes repeating) units. They study how the smaller building blocks (monomers) combine, and create useful materials with specific characteristics by manipulating the molecular structure of the monomers/polymers used, the composition of the monomer/polymer combinations, and applying chemical and processing techniques that can, to a large extent, affect the properties of the final product.

Radio Chemistry:

“Radiation chemistry” deals with study of chemical transformations under the action of ionizing radiation, study of radiation-chemical processes, development of methods for predicting the radiation resistance of various materials, and development of methods for their protection against destruction.

Supra Molecular:

Supramolecular chemistry refers to an area of chemistry that specializes in the study of noncovalent interactions within and between molecules.  Traditionally, chemists have focused on studying how atoms and ions are held together by covalent bonds and ionic bonds, and how these bonds are formed and broken during chemical reactions. By contrast, researchers in supramolecular chemistry examine the weaker and reversible noncovalent interactions, such as hydrogen bonding, metal coordination, hydrophobic forces, van der Waals forces, pi-pi interactions, and electrostatic effects.

Theoretical Chemistry:

Theoretical chemistry seeks to provide theories and explanations for chemical observations whilst also posing questions to be answered by future experiments. Playing a key role in physical chemistry, it uses the laws of physics to predict molecular structure, dynamics, bonding, reactivity, physical properties and spectroscopic response.


Track-1:Analytical chemistry

Analytical chemistry is the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of natural and artificial materials. Analytical methods can be separated into classical and instrumental. Classical methods (wet chemistry methods) use  separations such as precipitation, extraction, distillation and qualitative analysis of  color, odor, or melting point. Quantitative analysis is achieved by measurement of weight or volume. Instrumental methods use an apparatus to measure physical quantities of the analyst such as light absorption, fluorescence, or conductivity. The separation of materials is accomplished using chromatography or electrophoresis methods.


Absorption is the process which takes place, when one substance enters the volume or bulk of another substance, while adsorption is the condition which occurs on the surface of the substrate. In the case of Adsorption, there are the intermolecular forces, which make the molecules to hold each other, but in absorption, there is soaking of the liquid or gas by the solid rather any forces applied to molecules.


Bio analytical Techniques specifically relates to determine the concentration of the drug in the biological matrices. The quantitative determination of drug and metabolism in biological material to establish in pharma kinetic and toxicokinetic studies. It also deals with the human clinical pharmacology, bioavailability, bioequivalence and non-human clinical pharmacology. Separation process involved between bio-molecules like proteins, amino acids, sugars, cells, tissue. Bioseparation usually involves the separation of the following physical forms.

Track-4:Cell separation techniques

Cell separation, also commonly referred to as cell isolation or cell sorting, is a process to isolate one or more specific cell populations from a heterogeneous mixture of cells. Scientists isolate cells for Conduct molecular analysis of a single cell type, including RNA expression and epigenetic analysis and directly use purified cells for adoptive cell transfer experiments in various animal models


Chemometrics is the investigation of extricating data from compound frameworks by information driven methods. Chemometrics is innately interdisciplinary, utilizing strategies much of the time utilized in the center information,  explanatory teaches, for example, multivariate insights, connected arithmetic, and software engineering, so as to address issues in science, natural chemistry, drug, science and compound building. Along these lines, it mirrors other interdisciplinary fields, for example, psychometric and Econometrics.


Catalysis is the way toward expanding the rate of a synthetic response by including a substance known as an impetus, which isn't expended in the catalyzed response and can keep on acting over and over. Catalysis might be named either homogeneous or heterogeneous. A homogeneous impetus is one whose particles are scattered in a similar stage (vaporous or fluid) as the reactant's atoms. A heterogeneous impetus is one whose atoms are not in a similar stage as the reactant's (gases or fluids) that are adsorbed onto the outside of the strong impetus. Compounds and different biocatalysts are regularly considered as a third classification.


Chromatography is a research facility system for the detachment of a blend. The blend is broken up in a liquid called the versatile stage, which helps it through a structure holding another material called the stationary stage. The different constituents of the blend travel at various velocities, making them isolated. The detachment depends on differential parceling between the portable and stationary stages. Thin-layer chromatography is a special type of chromatography used for separating and identifying mixtures that are or can be colored, especially pigments.

  • Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography
  • High performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  • Super-critical Fluid Chromatography (SFC)
  • Gas-Liquid Chromatography (GLC)



Crystallization  is the natural or artificial  process by which a solid forms, where the atoms or molecules are highly organized into a structure known as a crystal. Crystallization is used to achieve several functions: separation, purification, concentration, solidification, and the production of a crystal that can be used to determine molecular structure.Crystallization is also a chemical solid–liquid separation technique, in which mass transfer of a solute from the liquid solution to a pure solid crystalline phase occurs.


Distillation processes are widely used for the separation of organic chemicals and for the separation of gases, usually at cryogenic temperatures, as in the production of oxygen and nitrogen from air. It is a process for isolating components from a mixture based on differences in boiling points.

Demulsifiers, or emulsion breakers, are a class of specialty chemicals used to separate emulsions, for example, water in oil. They are commonly used in the processing of crude oil, which is typically produced along with significant quantities of saline water. This water and salt  must be removed from the crude oil prior to refining.


Electrochemistry is the part of physical science that reviews the connection between power and recognizable substance change with either power considered a result of a specific compound change or the other way around. These responses include electric charges moving among terminals and an electrolyte or ionic species. In this manner electrochemistry manages the collaboration between electrical vitality and substance change.


Electrophoresis is the movement of scattered particles with respect to a liquid affected by a spatially uniform electric field.It is the  method for separation and analysis of macromolecules (DNA, RNA and proteins) and their fragments, based on their size and charge.Electrophoresis of emphatically charged particles (cations) is here and there called cataphoresis, while electrophoresis of contrarily charged particles (anions) is some of the time called anaphoresis.

Track-12:Food Chemistry

The food processing industry uses various techniques to transform food ingredients into different forms for consumers. Separation techniques may be used to remove skins from fruits, water from juices, or whey from cheese. Each separation technique is customized to the amount of waste that needs to be removed, and the resiliency of the food product being processed.

Track-13:Forensic Science

Forensic science is a combination of two different Latin words: forensics and science. It is also known as Criminalistics which is the application of science to criminal and civil laws, mainly on the criminal side during criminal investigations. Forensic scientists collect, preserve, and analyze scientific evidence during the course of an investigation.


To optimize magnetic fluids for applications, preference is given to methods that separate the nanoparticles on the basis of their magnetic properties. Therefore, a magnetic method has been developed for the fractionation of magnetic fluids into two or more fractions. A common magnetic fluid was fractionated by this method. Magnetic and nonmagnetic properties of the fractions obtained and the original sample was measured. The magnetic method fractions the particles in accordance with their magnetic moment and that it has good recovery as well as reproducibility. Finally, magnetic fractionation is compared with other fractionation techniques.


Mineral ores are one among the essential raw materials that ought to be separated and refined to their mineral forms. Mineral ore is often separated consistent with their particle sizes, physical properties, and chemical properties. Separations are created by chemical treatments and that they are subject to quality control in every sector to succeed in its economic grade by separating all alternative impurities.

  • Heavy mineral separation using bromoform
  • Heavy mineral analysis methods
  • Gravity separation mineral processing technique
  • Heavy Media separation and Analysis

Track-16:Hyphenated Techniques

Hybrid separation techniques or hyphenated techniques is that the combination of mass spectrometry and chromatography within which the particles may be detected then separated consequently by chromatographic separation technique. Typically, this can be often helpful for pre-isolation analyses of crude extracts or fraction of varied natural sources, isolation and on-line detection of a natural productchemotaxonomic studies, chemical fingerprinting, quality control of the herbal product, depreciation of natural product, and metabolomics.

Track-17:Membrane Techniques

membrane is a physical barrier that gives the separation of the components in a mixture. Membrane processes are not based on thermodynamic equilibrium but based on the different transport rate of each species through the membrane. The membrane operations more widely used are those based on applying a pressure difference between both sides of the membrane.


Nanotechnology is control of  the issue of a nuclear, atomic  and supramolecular scale. The soonest, far reaching portrayal of nanotechnology alluded to the specific mechanical objective of accurately controlling iotas and particles for the manufacture of macroscale items, additionally now alluded  as sub-atomic nanotechnology. The National Nanotechnology Initiative  characterizes nanotechnology as the control of the issue with at any rate one measurement estimated from 1 to 100 nanometers.

Track-19:Organic&Inorganic  Chemistry

Organic Chemistry is a suborder of science that reviews the structure, properties and responses of natural mixes which contain carbon in covalent holding. Investigation of structure decides their synthetic creation and equation, its properties incorporate physical and substance properties and assessment of synthetic reactivity to comprehend their conduct.

Inorganic science manages the amalgamation and conduct of inorganic and organometallic mixes. This field covers every synthetic compound aside from the horde natural mixes (carbon-based mixes, typically containing C-H bonds), which are the subjects of natural science. The refinement between the two controls is a long way from supreme, as there is much to cover in the subdiscipline of organometallic science.

Track-20:Oil-Water Separation Techniques

In this type of emulsion, water is the internal dispersed or discontinuous phase, while oil is the external or continuous phase. Separation by the different gravity of the two phases is a very slow process, but can be accelerated by the assistance of chemicals. The chemicals used are termed demulsifiers, emulsion breakers or wetting agents. These additives are surfactants, which migrate to the oil/water interface. They adsorb on the oil films surrounding water droplets and break the oil films. Then, water droplets aggregate to form water drops large enough to gravitationally separate them from the oil. Non-ionic surfactants having both lipophilic and hydrophilic groups are mainly used as demulsifiers.

Track-21:Pharmaceutical Techniques

Drug development starts with the discovery of a molecule with a therapeutic value. This can be done by high throughput screening during which separations by fast or ultra-fast HPLC are performed. At the discovery stage there can be also characterized synthetic or natural products. Drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics (DMPK) is the step where the candidate compounds for drug are tested for their metabolism and pharmacokinetics. The studies involve use of LC-MS or LC-MS/MS. The goal in the discovery stage of drug development is to discover a new, safe and active chemical entity (NCE) that will become medication for diseases. During the last decade parallel synthesis of potential lead compounds, using combinatorial chemistry has been done. Due to its high sensitivity and selectivity, HPLC coupled with tandem mass spectrometry, HPLC-MS/MS has become the predominant method in bioassays, and pharmacokinetics and metabolic studies.

Track-22:Spectroscopy Methods

Spectroscopy Methods is the study of communication between particles and electromagnetic radiation where it involves scattering, absorption, reflection or transmission of materials. The intensity of interaction between these materials gives the data about the physical properties of a substance

Track-23:Separation Techniques Based On Rate Phenomena

The rate separation method area unit supported variations within the kinetic properties of the components of mixtures, such as the rate of migration in a medium or of diffusion through a semipermeable barrier.


Voltammetry is a class of electro analytical strategies utilized in systematic science and different mechanical procedures. In Voltammetry, data about an analyst is acquired by estimating the present as the potential is varied. The logical information for a voltammetric test comes as a voltammagram which plots the current created by the analyst versus the capability of the working anode.

Track-25:Waste Water  Treatment

The wastewater has a lot of effect on the natural world and it is important to treat it effectively. By treating wastewater, you don't just save the creatures flourishing on it, but we can also protect the planet as a whole. The sewage water is originated from the industrial establishments, residential, commercial purposes. We can reuse the water by following some separation techniques such as Physical water treatment, Biological water treatment, Chemical water treatment, and Sludge water treatment.

Market Analysis

Separation Techniques are used to separate particles of different or same phases.  Techniques inherited to attain the separation phenomena of two or more distinct products from the mixture of substances. This separation process can be done with the help of techniques like chromatography, electrophoresis, mass spectrometry, spectroscopy, membrane separation, etc. The market analysis of separation technologies can be described as follows.\

The global Membrane separation technology market is projected to reach USD 28.10 Billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 7.2%. The base year considered for the study is 2017 while the forecast period is from 2018 to 2022. Membrane separation technology is used to separate and purify a specific component from the rest of the mixture. This technology is widely used for commercial and industrial purposes. Certain properties of membrane separation technology, such as durability, porosity, permeability, stability, and selectivity, make it indispensable in various industrial applications. The membrane separation technology is widely used in water & wastewater treatment, industrial, laboratory, medical, food & beverages, and research applications to purify, concentrate, sterilize, or separate samples.

 The global chromatography instruments market is projected to be valued at USD 7.86 Billion in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.9% to reach to USD 10.99 Billion by 2022. The growth of the overall chromatography instruments market can be attributed to the rising food safety concerns, increasing use of chromatography tests in the drug approval process, and growing popularity of hyphenated chromatography techniques.

Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique used to identify compounds present in a sample by measuring the mass-to-charge ratio. The market is segmented based on platform and application. The mass spectrometry market, by platform, is segmented into hybrid mass spectrometry, single mass spectrometry, and other mass spectrometry. The mass spectrometry market is expected to reach USD 7,279.1 Million in 2022 from USD 4,919.1 Million in 2015 at a CAGR of 8.1%.

The process spectroscopy market is expected to grow to USD 22.04 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 8.72% between 2016 and 2022 and the global molecular spectroscopy market is projected to be valued at USD 4.88 Billion in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% to reach to USD 6.85 Billion by 2022. The growth of the overall molecular spectroscopy market can be attributed to the growing food safety concerns, the growth of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, application of molecular spectroscopy in environmental screening and technological advancements in molecular spectroscopy.

The global electrophoresis market is expected to reach USD 2.15 Billion in 2018, growing at a CAGR of 5.4% during the forecast period. Several factors, such as the growth in funding for research on electrophoresis techniques, increasing the number of research collaborations between market players and academic institutions, increasing use of capillary electrophoresis (CE) with mass spectroscopy (MS), and growing focus on next-generation sequencing research are driving the growth of the electrophoresis market. The base year considered for the study is 2017 and the forecast period includes 2018 to 2022. The future growth prospects for the protein crystallization market are optimistic, which is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 10.1% to reach a worldwide market of $2,523 million by 2022.

The global process analyzers (liquid & gas) market is expected to grow to USD 4.98 Billion by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 5.50% between 2016 and 2022. This market is driven by the increase in the shale gas production in the U.S. In addition, the gas chromatography market is projected to reach USD 3.90 Billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 8.60% between 2018 and 2022.

The global gas separation membranes market is projected to reach USD 2.61 Billion by 2022 at a CAGR of 7.2% forecast period. The base year considered for the study is 2018 while the forecast period is from 2018 to 2022.


The global air separation plant market is projected to reach USD 7.27 Billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 5.3% from 2016 to 2026. The market is expected to witness growth in the coming years owing to the increasing demand for iron & steel around the world, coupled with stringent policies and measures taken by countries to promote the safe use of air separation methods for industrial applications.



The global analytical standards market is projected to reach USD 1.73 Billion by 2022 from USD 1.27 Billion in 2017, at a CAGR of 6.3%. And the global analytical laboratory services market, by a public health organization, is projected to reach USD 333.8 Million by 2021 from USD 202.8 Million in 2017, at a CAGR of around 10.5% during the forecast period. The overall market, by a public health organization, is positively impacted by factors such as the growing expenditure on drugs and medical devices by public health organizations, government initiatives to strengthen analytical testing capabilities, increasing number of drug approvals & clinical trials, and rising demand for specialized analytical testing services.


The global healthcare, analytical testing services market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 11.3% from 2018 to 2022 to reach USD 4.13 Billion by 2022. The growing demand for analytical services for biologics and large-molecule drugs, increasing outsourcing of analytical testing by pharmaceutical companies, rising demand from the pharmaceutical industry and increasing acceptance of the QBD (Quality By Design) approach in pharma research/manufacturing are the major factors driving the growth of the global market. 




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Top Separation Techniques Universities World wide:

University of  Maryland University College London | University of Minnesota | Imperial college of London | Oregon State University | University of  Lowa   Wake | Forest University | Penn State College  | Boston University | Trinity College | Hunter College  | King College Old Dominion University | University of Calcutta | Separation Techniques Conferences  |  University of Exeter  |  Baylor College  |  University of Leicester  |  University Of Montana | Euroscicon | Swansea University  | Lycoming Colleges  |  National College  | University of California | UCD Science Centre  | Skaggs the School of Pharmacy |  The University of Houston  |  Biyani Colleges  |  University of Cambridge University  Of KentuckyEuroscicon | University of Vermont University  of Michigan--Ann Arbor  | Jilin University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Nankai University | Analytical chemistry Conferences | University of Toronto | Tohoku University | Princeton University | University of North Carolina | University of Minnesota | National Taiwan University | University of Pennsylvania | Seoul National University | Cornell University | University of CaliforniaNew York University | Ruprecht Karls Universität | Aarhus University | Euroscicon | Fudan University | University of Oxford | University of Science and Technology of China | Georgia Institute of Technology | Osaka University | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and TechnologyBaylor College of  Medicine | Brown University | Cardiff University | Separation Techniques Conferences | Dartmouth College | Freie Universität Berlin Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine | Ludwig Maximilians Universität | Lund Universit | Maastricht University | Mayo Medical School | National Taiwan University | Separation Techniques Conferences | EuroSciCon Conferences | Northwestern University | Osaka University |  Pennsylvania State University | Purdue University | Queen Mary University | Technische Universität | The University of Adelaide | The University of New South Wales | The University of Sheffield | EuroSciCon Conferences | The University of Western Australia | Trinity College Dublin | Tufts University | Université Catholique de Louvain | Université de Montréal University of AberdeenUniversity of Alberta | University of Amsterdam | University of Bath | University of California | University of Copenhagen | Separation Techniques Conferences  | Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Analytical chemistry Conferences | University of Oxford Stanford University | Yale University | Analytical chemistry Conferences | University of California | Johns Hopkins University | Euroscicon | Imperial College London | University of California | University of Cia Institute of Technology | University of Toronto | McGill UniversityEuroscicon Conferences | Duke University | University of Melbourne | Columbia University | National University of Singapore | University of ChicagoThe University of Tokyo | University of Pennsylvania | Separation Techniques Conferences  | University of Michigan | Cornell University | EuroSciCon Conferences | University of Washington | University College London | Karolinska InstituteSweden Rockefeller University | University of Edinburgh | Separation Techniques Conferences | The University of Sydney University of London | University of British Columbia | The University of Manchester | University of Queensland | University of Wisconsin Madison | Boston University | Monash University | University of Texas | Kyoto University | The University of Auckland | Euroscicon Conferences | Washington University | Humboldt Universität ZU Berlin | Erasmus University | Leiden University | Separation Techniques Conferences | McMaster University University of Hong Kong | Euroscicon | Australian National University | University of Helsinki | University of Bristol | Analytical chemistry Conferences

Europe Separation Techniques Universities:

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

USA Separation Techniques Universities:

Oregon State University | Purdue University | New Brunswick Piscataway | Seton Hall University | South Dakota State University | Chromatography Conferences | Stevens Institute of Technology | Tufts University | University of Cincinnati | University of Georgia | University of LouisvilleEuroSciCon Conferences | University of Maryland | University of Missouri-Columbia | Brigham Young University | California State University | Euroscicon | California State University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Analytical chemistry Conferences | Case western Reserve University | Chromatography Conferences | Clarkson University | Cleveland State University | Florida State University | Georgetown University | The George Washington University | Governors State University  | Howard University | Illinois Institute of Technology | Indiana University | Bloomington | Kansas State University | Kent State University | Marquette University | Miami University | Northeastern University | Old Dominion University | lorida State University Georgetown University  | The George Washington University | Governors State University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Howard University | Illinois Institute of Technology | Separation Techniques Conferences  | Indiana University Bloomington | Kansas State University | Kent State University | Marquette University | Miami University | Northeastern University | Old Dominion University Euroscicon | Oregon State University | Purdue University | New Brunswick Piscataway | Seton Hall University | South Dakota State University | Stevens Institute of Technology Tufts University | University of Cincinnati | University of Georgia | University of Louisville | University of Maryland  | University of Missouri | EuroSciCon Conferences | Separation Techniques Conferences | Chromatography Conferences | Analytical chemistry Conferences

Asia Separation Techniques Universities:

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals | Keio University Universiti Putra Malaysia | Ege University | Jiangsu University | Southwest University | National Taiwan University of Science and Technology | Tel Aviv University | Chonbuk National University | Donghua University | Hiroshima UniversityEuroscicon | Beihang University | Waseda University | Technion Israel Institute of Technology | Tongji University Nanyang Technological University | Tsinghua University | National University of Singapore | Peking University | University of Tokyo | Zhejiang University | Nanjing University | Kyoto University | Fudan University | University of Science and Technology of China | Osaka University | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology | East China University of Science and Technology | Dalian University of Technology | Xiamen University | Jilin University | Nankai University | Tohoku University | Analytical chemistry Conferences | National Taiwan University | Seoul National University | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | King Abdullah University of Science & Technology | Hong Kong University of Science and Technology | National Tsing Hua University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Indian Institute of Science | King Abdulaziz University | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay | University of Malaya | Istanbul Technical University | Universiti Sains Malaysia Indian Institute of Technology Madras | Middle East Technical University | National Cheng Kung University | Chulalongkorn UniversityJapan  Tohoku University | National Taiwan University | Seoul National University | Shanghai Jiao Tong University | King Abdullah University of Science and  Technology | Hong Kong University of Science and Technology | National Tsing Hua University | Indian Institute of Science | King Abdulaziz University | Indian Institute of Technology | Chromatography Conferences

 Africa Separation Techniques Universities:

University of south Africa | University of the Witwatersrand | University of KwaZulu Universiteit Stellenbosch University of Johannesburg | North-West University | University of Nairobi | University of the Western Cape | The American University in Cairo | University of Ibadan | Cairo University | Rhodes University Analytical chemistry Conferences | Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University | EuroSciCon Conferences | University of free stateEuroscicon | Makerere University | Cape Peninsula University of Technology | EuroSciCon Conferences | Addis Ababa University | Egerton University | University of Ghana | University of Nigeria | University of Lagos | Kenyatta University | Obafemi Awolowo University | Tshwane University of Technology | Durban University of Technology | Covenant UniversityKwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology | Mansoura University | Ahmadu Bello University | Ain Shams University | University of Capetown | EuroSciCon Conferences | University of Pretoria | | Jimma University | Cheikh Anta Diop University | Alexandria University | University of Khartoum | University of Fort Hare | Federal University of Technology | Analytical chemistry Conferences | 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 TechnologyHelwan University | University of Abuja | University of Zimbabwe | Vaal University of Technology | Separation Techniques Conferences | Analytical chemistry Conferences

Separation Techniques Societies:


European Society for Separation Science Italian Chemical Society | Royal Netherlands Chemical Society | Swedish Mass Spectrometry Society | Swedish Chemical Society | The Israeli Society for Mass Spectrometry | American Organization of Analytical Chemists International | American Society for Mass Spectrometry | Analytical Conferences & Bioanalytical  conferences | Association of Separation Scientists and Technologists | Austrian Society for Analytical Chemistry | Canadian Society for Analytical Science and spectrometry | 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 Separative | German Chemical Society | Hungarian Society for Separation Science | Italian Society for Separation Science | Ukranian Chromatographic Society | Spanish Society for Chromatography and Associated Techniques | EuroSciCon Conferences | Slovenian Chemical Society | Slovenia Polish Chemical Society | Norwegian Chromatographic Group | Norwegian Chemical Society | Separation Techniques Conferences  | ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry | Subdivision of Chromatography and Separations Chemistry | Analytical Chemistry Springboard | Analytical Sciences Digital Library | National Registry of Certified Chemists | Society for Applied Spectroscopy | The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry | ANACHEM Association of Analytical Chemists |  Division of Analytical Chemistry EuCheMS | Israel Analytical Chemistry Society | Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh EuroSciCon Conferences | Association of Environmental Analytical Chemistry of India | Indian Society for ElectroAnalytical Chemistry | Asian Network of Analytical Chemistry | Society for Electroanalytical Chemistry | Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies | Separation Techniques Conferences | Egyptian Society Of Analytical Chemistry | Analytical & Lif

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