The well-known International Conference on Environmental Monitoring of Odours and VOCs, the NOSE2024, organized by AIDIC on this occasion on 15-18 September 2024, in Naples, Italy, has already opened the call for abstracts.

   NOSE2024 will take a series of presentations and discussions in invited plenary lectures, lecture presentations and poster sessions. The deadline for abstract submission is December 15th, 2023. The Conference, organized by AIDIC: The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering, is the 9th Conference of the NOSE series.

   In a bid to push the boundaries of environmental science and biotechnology, the 9th International Conference on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control and Biorefinery (Biotechniques-2024) is set to captivate A Coruña, Spain, from July 10 – 12, 2024. Organized by the BIOENGIN group at the University of A Coruña, this conference promises an immersive exploration of cutting-edge biotechniques applied to air pollution control and biorefinery processes.

   The conference agenda spans a diverse array of topics, including biodegradation and valorization of volatile compounds, waste gases, and greenhouse gases. From syngas fermentation to microbiology of biocatalysts, attendees will delve into the latest advancements in environmental biotechnology, metabolic engineering, and industrial applications. The aim is to uncover innovative solutions that contribute to air pollution control, greenhouse gas mitigation, and sustainable (bio)fuels production.

   The recently concluded Ecomondo conference in Rimini, Italy, stood as a testament to the growing commitment towards environmental protection and sustainable solutions. The conference, held on Tuesday, 7th November, brought together professionals, experts, and environmental enthusiasts from around the world to discuss advancements in the field of Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control.

   A particular highlight of the conference was the special session on "Odour Emissions: from Abatement Technologies to New Control Strategies," held in the Malatesta - Environmental Monitoring zone in pavilion D8. The session drew an impressive crowd, showcasing the keen interest and dedication of attendees to explore innovative solutions for odour management.


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