ICAPMOT 2020 @ Pokhara, Nepal

Whether you are a young passionate student of science, an experienced scientist in the field, or if you have no background in science and would like to learn about about the latest research and development in the fields of plasmonics, magnetics as well as photonics then this conference is a must for you. The Seed NanoTech Inc. International Conference Series is organizing their first-ever international conference on advanced plasmonics, magnetics and magneto-optical technologies (ICAPMOT) in the beautiful city of Pokhara, Nepal. This conference will be held on September 21-25, 2020.

ICAPMOT will be lead by Conrad Rizal, co-founder and Board of Director, Seed NanoTech Inc., ON Canada. The five-day-long conference will have prominent guest speakers from the field of magnetics, Plasmonics, and photonics along with speakers from the local administration and industries.

The perfect blend of core research in the fields of plasmonics, magnetics as well as photonics makes this conference very significant. Moreover, this conference will provide a platform to the young minds around the world who will be participating to actively share, disseminate knowledge along with networking with the leaders in the fields of innovation, technology, education, and entrepreneurship.

So, if are you excited to be a part of this amazing conference, Register Here! Get an early-bird discount if you register before August 15, 2020.

You can participate in the conference as an invited speaker or a regular speaker or poster presenter. For these, you need to register and Submit your Abstract Here as:

We, at Seed NanoTech Inc., invite you to be a part of the ICAPMOT conference and disseminate your work with the scientific community. We ensure you that your attendance at this conference will not only enhance your profile within the scientific community but will also promote thoughtful discussion which in turn can lead to opportunities for future collaboration.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!

ICAPMOT 2020 Secretariat,
Canada office,
Howell St, Brampton, ON
Canada, L6Y 3J6

Covid19, and how it has Impact our life habits

COVID 19 has changed how things are done. We do not know how long our life will be like this, however, while we have dramatically reduced the number of cases by the lockdown, there will be consequences in education developments. Although many countries are in the process of easing restrictions, this by no means, implies that the virus is gone. In fact, we don’t know if the virus will ever be 100% gone or even if an effective vaccine will be created. As we try to move on with our lives, we need to focus on the fact that nothing will ever be the same and it is of utmost importance that we try to limit the spread to vulnerable people.

One of the most effective ways to do this is by contact tracing, which in Canada, it’s on its way to success. It’s no secret that the Coronavirus has made life more unpredictable. Testing is important because a lot of people have very mild symptoms and not knowing if they are affected by corona or it is different flue or symptoms. Expanding the testing capacity would allow people to know whether they have the virus and how to move on. It is very important to realize that the rate will never be zero, at least not in the near future, so while everything may seem to be getting back to normal, it is up to ourselves to protect and limit the spread to vulnerable people.

@ A part of the information is extracted from the article by Dr. Shyam P. Lohani, Professor, published in Rising Nepal. Dr. Lohani is a founder and academic director of Nobel College, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Developing Diagnostics Instruments using a Novel Technology

Conrad Rizal pursues cutting edge science from his company located in Canada. His company, Seed NanoTech International specializes in highly sensitive instruments for biotechnology, medical, pharmaceutical clients, academic institutions, hospitals, and clinics. The company is located in Brampton where they are developing a diagnostic instrument that would be able to detect diseases caused by harmful bacteria and viruses. Seed NanoTech hopes to develop the instrument within the next six months with the aim to make low-cost testing more widely available.

The instrument would be highly accurate, quicker, user-friendly, and due to the highly sensitive nature, it will make it easier to trace infections and help curb the spread of the disease, said Dr. Rizal, co-founder and Director of Seed NanoTech International. “Biosensing instruments are not an option but a necessity, for diagnostic instruments that can provide users with accurate results, rather than having to rely on testing labs that can take within a day.”