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Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

What's the Deal with Synthetic CBD?

| Richard O’Halloran

The future of cannabinoid manufacture lies not in natural plants but in chemical... plants

Research & Development Medical research

Is Your Elephant Depressed? (And Other Surprising Stories)

| Charlotte Barker

Ten stories that raised our spirits (and sometimes our eyebrows) in 2020

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Escaping the Cell

| Charlotte Barker

Synthesizing cannabinoids without plants or cells

Testing & Processing Formulation

Making the Grade

| Kevin Hennessy

To meet the growing demand for high-quality cannabinoids for pharmaceutical use, the industry is turning to synthetic production

Business & Profession Education

The Innovation Awards 2020

ICYMI: Our inaugural Innovation Awards celebrated the five top tools and applications of 2020. Submissions for 2021 will open soon!

Business & Profession Business

Proposing a Standard Nomenclature for Cannabis and Hemp Derivatives

| Kellan Finney, RJ Hopp, Wes Burk, John Abrams

A workshop on nomenclature generated draft definitions for a number of cannabis and hemp products. Now, we want your views...

Research & Development Formulation

A License to Print Cannabis?

| Charlotte Barker

Researchers are printing QR codes onto edible paper with THC and CBD "ink"

Business & Profession Business

Cannabis Beverages in Numbers

Cannabinoid-containing drinks are one of the fastest-growing segments of the cannabis and hemp market

Testing & Processing Formulation

Firm Foundations

Andrea Baillo hit a hot topic with her Emerald Conference talk on stability testing.


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