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Testing & Processing

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

Pesticide Residue Analysis: The Regulatory View

We speak with Heather Krug, to find out more about the regulatory challenges of controlling pesticide use in cannabis.

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Good Track Record

A new molecular tracking system can see cannabis safely from seed to sale

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

Gurus of Pesticide Residue Analysis

As regulators in California and elsewhere tighten up pesticide testing rules, we speak to three top scientists about the analytical hurdles that need to be cleared

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

A View From the Biosynthetic Bridge

What are biosynthetic cannabinoids? And what do they mean for pharma?

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Cannabis Complex

How unravelling the complex chemistry of the cannabis plant can lead to new medicines

Testing & Processing Extraction

Optimization of cannabis extraction yield by controlled milling

The Fritsch PULVERISETTE 19 is utilized to finely mill cannabis plant material in preparation for SFE processes.

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

The Thin Green Line

To ensure the safety of cannabis consumers, regulators must walk the tightrope between rigor and pragmatism.

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

The Pesticide Problem

To keep cannabis consumers safe, tests for pesticide residues must use multiple methods.

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

The Mother of All Detection

A new analytical approach can detect trace levels of cannabis in breast milk

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Professional Growth

How software could enhance transparency in cannabis cultivation – and help speed up the legalization process

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