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Testing & Processing

Testing & Processing Potency testing

CBD Products Could Spell Trouble in Drug Tests

| Charlotte Barker

Products derived from hemp often contain trace levels of THC and can cause users to fail drug tests

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Superior Size Separation

| Sponsored by Knauer

KNAUER AZURA GPC/SEC systems are designed to optimize both the user experience – and the end results.

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

Testing & Processing Omics

Shedding New Light on Phytochrome Manipulation

New study will explore the epigenetic and chemical impact of different lighting regimes in hemp

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Are Strain Names Meaningless?

| Charlotte Barker

What’s in a name? When it comes to cannabis... maybe not a lot

Testing & Processing Potency testing

What’s Next for Cannabis Analysis?

How rapid product innovation and evolving regulation are changing the testing industry

Testing & Processing Potency testing

The (Analytical) Problem With Cannabeverages

Perkin Elmer's Toby Astill on why so-called cannabeverages present analytical challenges.

Testing & Processing Terpene & residual solvent analysis

High and (Too) Dry

| Sponsored by SaveTheTerps.org

Research from SaveTheTerps.org suggests that the majority of cannabis flower sold in the USA is too dry

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Quick Hits: Cannabis Testing

| Charlotte Barker

The latest news from the world of cannabis analysis

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