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Cannabinoid analysis

Testing & Processing Extraction

Back to Basics

Interviewed at the Emerald Conference, Markus Roggen tells us he's on a mission to put solid science at the heart of the cannabis industry

Testing & Processing Formulation

Firm Foundations

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

Research & Development Addiction

From Cannabis to Cocaine?

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabinoid exposure leaves adolescent rats more susceptible to cocaine

Research & Development Medical research

Bitesize Breakthroughs

| Luke Turner, Michael Schubert, James Strachan, Stephanie Sutton

From Parkinson’s to press coverage, five papers that piqued our interest

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

An Eye on Spice

| Matthew Hallam

Meeting the need for rapid detection of synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists - introducing Chris Pudney and his portable analyzer

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Carbon Nanotubes for Cannabis Control

| Jonathan James

Freeing the roads of THC-intoxicated drivers, one breathalyzer test at a time

Business & Profession Legislation & policy

The View from Texas

| Kevin Schug

Restrictive legislation won’t prevent efforts to progress cannabis research

Testing & Processing Classification

Not as Advertised

| Matthew Hallam

Apples to oranges… to cannabis. Strain classifications in US dispensaries are not always what they appear.

Research & Development Medical research

Dawn of the (Synthetic) Dope

| Matthew Hallam

Synthetic cannabinoids have become ubiquitous, but how do they exert their 'zombifying' effects?

Business & Profession Pesticide analysis

Time for Testing

| Sponsored by Waters

Cannabis testing: regulation, evolution and the need for nuanced debate.

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