Testimonials

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I would like to take up the opportunity to congratulate you all for the insightful sessions of a two day conference. The way everything was planned and executed is commendable considering this difficult time of covid. The best takeaway from the conference is that people around the globe could use your platform to share their knowledge and research, which I am sure will contribute to a healthy future. I feel privileged that I could be a part of this event.

Manu Singhai, ISF College of Pharmacy, India
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I would like to say that the organization of the conference was excellent and I was very happy to have this opportunity to share some of my studies with other presenters from many countries! And I would like to thank your organization to give me the waiver in the fee because without your help, it wasn’t possible to present these important ideas and points of view regarding diagnosis and treatment in infectious disease. Your conference was AMAZING and Thank you very much once again and see you in the next conference!

Huang Wei Ling, Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Brazil
madalay

Thank you for giving me the possibility to share our results at the Infectious Diseases Webinar 2021. You and your team were very supportive making the connection possible. It will be a pleasure to contribute to future meetings.

Gerardo Guillen, Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Cuba
madalay

Thank you for the certificate. The pleasure is mine, I really had a good time during the webinar and I think it was a rewarding experience. Regarding the technical aspects, the platform was very user-friendly and I did not face any problems. Besides, I found very attractive the fact of being an interdisciplinary webinar, since I could learn about topics that otherwise I would not have heard about. It has also given me the opportunity to connect with people from other research areas.

Andoni Ugartemendia, University of the Basque Country, Spain
madalay

The 3rd Webinar organised by the Coalesce Research Group in March 2021 was my first webinar as participant. It was very efficiently and smoothly conducted both pre-virtual conference and during it. It was for me an enriching experience; I've learned a lot from it as a novice and I hope to put that experience and new knowledge to good use in the future. Many thanks to the organisers at all levels.

Dr Keekok Lee, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
madalay

Online conference enables us to have academic exchanges with experts and scholars from all over the world without leaving home, which is a very good means of communication. While the conference lasted only two days, but it was very fruitful.

Jiasheng Wang, Dalian University of Technology, China
madalay

It was a great and well organized webinar. through this webinar we could exchange and extend our knowledge in the domain of nanotechnologies and nanomaterials. It was a real opportunity to meet different student, researchers around the globe that are involved in the nano world ! Thanks again for giving the chance to present my work during this webinar. I will make the advertisement for the next webinars All the best,

Sebti Yasmine, Sorbonne Paris North University, Italy
madalay

The 2nd webinar on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering was very appealing, with very nice talks from very different fields. The webinar was carried out successfully without technical problems. Everything was according to my expectations and developed correctly.

Antonio M. Borero-Lópe, University of Huelva, Spain
madalay

Thank you for your initiative, well organized - All the Best in the future.

Mette Pedersen, Denmark, The Medical Centre, Denmark
madalay

It was truly very interesting to attend your Traditional & Alternative Medicines webinar held on May 24th and 25th, 2021. Despite being a year skewed by a global pandemic, there are still people concerned not only about our physical and mental health but also bringing interesting investigative studies and promising advances for prevention or contingency measures over Covid-19 and its continuous mutations. I believe that, although it was not a huge number of colleagues who participated in the event, their intervention made possible several "new roads to research" to improve our health and wellbeing. I believe that the concept of quality has been verified and reflected in the contributions of the attending experts. Again, it was for me a grateful honor to have participated in the innovative presentations during this webinar, wishing its organizers new successes in upcoming events.

Prof. Dr. Adrián Ángel Inchauspe, Invited Foreign Professor - China National Academy of Medical Sciences, China