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Smart Polymers

As per available reports about, 17 Journals  12 Conferences , 3 National symposium  are presently dedicated exclusively to Smart Polymers.

Smart polymers are materials composed of polymers that respond in a dramatic way to very slight changes in their environment. Scientists studying natural polymers have learned how they behave in biological systems, and are now using that information to develop similar man-made polymeric substances with specific properties. These synthetic polymers are potentially very useful for a variety of applications including some related to biotechnology and biomedicine.  Smart polymers are becoming increasingly more prevalent as scientists learn about the chemistry and triggers that induce conformational changes in polymer structures and devise ways to take advantage of, and control them. New polymeric materials are being chemically formulated that sense specific environmental changes in biological systems, and adjust in a predictable manner, making them useful tools for drug delivery or other metabolic control mechanisms.

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Importance and Scope:

Smart polymeric materials respond with a considerable change in their properties to small changes in their environment. Environmental stimuli include temperature, pH, chemicals, and light. "Smart" stimuli-sensitive materials can be either synthetic or natural. This review discusses the application of smart materials as tools to solve biological problems such as bio separation, drug delivery, biosensor design, tissue engineering, protein folding, and microfluidics. The goal for these endeavors is to mimic the "smartness" of biological systems and ultimately moderate complex systems such as immune responses at desired levels. The versatility and untapped potential of smart polymeric materials makes them one of the most exciting interfaces of chemistry and biology. Smart polymers or stimuli-responsive polymers are high-performance polymers that change according to the environment they are in. Such materials can be sensitive to a number of factors, such as temperature, humidity, pH, the wavelength or intensity of light or an electrical or magnetic field and can respond in various ways, like altering colour or transparency, becoming conductive or permeable to water or changing shape (shape memory polymers). Usually, slight changes in the environment are sufficient to induce large changes in the polymer’s properties. Smart polymers appear in highly specialised applications and everyday products alike. They are used for the production of hydrogels, biodegradable packaging, and to a great extent in biomedical engineering. One example is a polymer that undergoes conformational change in response to pH change, which can be used in drug delivery. The nonlinear response of smart polymers is what makes them so unique and effective. A significant change in structure and properties can be induced by a very small stimulus. Once that change occurs, there is no further change, meaning a predictable all-or-nothing response occurs, with complete uniformity throughout the polymer. Smart polymers may change conformation, adhesiveness or water retention properties, due to slight changes in pH, ionic strength, temperature or other triggers. Another factor in the effectiveness of smart polymers lies in the inherent nature of polymers in general. The strength of each molecule’s response to changes in stimuli is the composite of changes of individual monomer units which, alone, would be weak. However, these weak responses, compounded hundreds or thousands of times, create a considerable force for driving biological processes.

Market Anlysis:

Global Smart Polymers market is currently valued at $18 million in 2014 and is expected to show a growth of compound annual growth rate of 30 % till 2020. The global fiberglass market is expected to be worth USD 9.27 billion in 2014 and is expected to reach USD 15.57 billion by 2020, growing at the rate of 9.0% CAGR. Thermoplastics, Resins, Polymers, Plastics, Performance Materials and Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing Industry (U.S.) to reach $137 billion by 2022. Thermoplastics, Resins, Polymers, Plastics, Performance Materials and Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing Industry, including Average EBITDA, Operating Ratios and Sales per Employee.

List of Best International Conference :

3rd Biopolymers and Bioplastics Conference
September 12-14, 2016 San Antonio, USA

Polymer Science Conference
June 23-24, 2016 New Orleans, USA

2nd Biopolymers Conference
August 1-3, 2016 Manchester, UK

Sustainable Bioplastics Conference
November 10-12, 2016 Alicante, Spain

Sustainable Bioplastics Conference
November 10-12, 2016 Alicante, Spain 

Polymer Science and Engineering

Biomass for sustainable future
February 9-11-2015, Lasvegus, USA.

Sustainable plastics 
March 2016, 01 – 02 - Cologne, Germany

18th Bioplastics, Biocomposites and Biorefining
March 24 - 25, 2016, Madrid, Spain

14th Bioplastics, Biocomposites and Biorefininig
May 31- June 3, 2016, Gulph, Canada

9th Bio-based Materials
April 5-7, 2016, Cologne, Germany


  • American Chemical Society (Division of Polymer Chemistry)
  • American Physical Society Division of Polymer Physics (APS DPOLY)
  • Polymer Division of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI Polymer Division)
  • Austrian Chemical Society – Section Macromolecular Chemistry
  • Belgian Polymer Group (BPG)
  • Brazilian Polymer Association
  • Bulgarian Polymer Society of the Union of Chemists in Bulgaria
  • Polymer Division, Chinese Chemical Society (PDCCS)


  • BASF (Germany )
  • Dow Chemical (USA)
  • Bayer ( Germany )
  • Dupont (USA)
  • Braskem
  • Natureworks LLc, USA
  • Segetis, USA
  • Cereplast
  • Linde (Germany)
  • Saudi Basic Industries (Saudi Arabia)

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