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Testing & Processing

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Step Up For Cannabis Processing

| Sponsored by Knauer

From jelly babies to aromatic flowers – cannabis products can be a complex material to work with, in more ways than one

Testing & Processing Potency testing

California Dreamin'

We interview conference founder Wes Burk at the 6th Emerald Conference in San Diego.

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.

Testing & Processing Milling

Size Does Matter

| Sajni Shah, Markus Roggen

When it comes to preparing cannabis flower for extraction, small is beautiful!

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

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Heavy Metal Measurement Made Light

| Andrew Fornadel, Bob Clifford

Heavy metal contaminants pose a risk to health – the cannabis industry must react accordingly.

Testing & Processing Classification

Not as Advertised

| Matthew Hallam

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

Testing & Processing Mycotoxin analysis

Culture Shock

| Kyle Boyar

Microbial safety: why viability testing fails to protect patients.

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