RegistrationOntological Distinction between Mechanical, Chemical & Biological Systems

REGISTRATION FEES (for both presenters and participating delegates):


Registration until
December 31, 2019

Late Registration from
January 01, 2020 on wards

Student USD 50 (International)
INR 500 (Indian/Nepalies)
USD 75 (International)
INR 800 (Indian/Nepalies)
Academician/Practitioner/Others USD 100 (International)
INR 2000 (Indian/Nepalies)
USD 150 (International)
INR 2500 (Indian/Nepalies)
  • International Participants can send registration fee via PayPal.
  • Indian/Nepalese Participants can send registration fee to following account via direct interent bank transfer (if sent by cash then extra chages of INR 200 is applicable).
  • Account Name: Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Institute
    Account Number: 072205001150
    Bank Address: ICICI Bank
    Branch: Paharganj, New Delhi, India
    IFSC Code: ICIC0000722

Early Registration will close on December 31, 2019.

Please note that registration fees do not include the accommodation. The out station delegates and speakers have to book their own accommodation. You may try to book at Hotels near Conference Venue.

Registration fees include:

  • Access to all sessions
  • Access to poster session
  • Abstract book
  • Refreshments and Meals during the event

The Scientific Committee will select a number of abstracts to be presented as posters and a few short talks at the meeting.

It is not mandatory to register for the conference prior to submitting ABSTRACT/PAPER. The abstract/paper submission deadline is December 15, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. EST.

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Registration Cancellation and Refund Policy

Registration fees is non-refundable.

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“As scientists attempt to understand a living system, they move down from dimension to dimension, from one level of complexity to the next lower level. I followed this course in my own studies. I went from anatomy to the study of tissues, then to electron microscopy and chemistry, and finally to quantum mechanics. This downward journey through the scale of dimensions has its irony, for in my search for the secret of life, I ended up with atoms and electrons, which have no life at all. Somewhere along the line life has run out through my fingers. So, in my old age, I am now retracing my steps, trying to fight my way back.”

:: Albert Szent-Györgyi
(Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937)

“From the reader's perspective, a book is composed of alphabetical letters; but the book itself did not originate from these letters. Ultimately it is from the ideas of the author that the letters of the book come to be. In the same way, the molecules of a biological organism are the result, not the origin of life. This is the difference between the order in which we come to know things (ordo cognoscendi) and the order in which something comes to be (ordo essendi).”

:: Sripad Bhakti Madhava Puri Maharaja, Ph.D.
(Conference Chair & Serving Director, Princeton Bhakti Vedanta Institute of Spiritual Culture and Science)

How Life Changes Itself: The Read-Write Genome by James A. Shapiro, Ph.D.

Bacterial Intelligence