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Pesticide analysis

Business & Profession Legislation & policy

Taking Back Cannabis Control

| Reggie Gaudino

Ill-considered regulations have resulted in an analytical race to the bottom.

Business & Profession Pesticide analysis

Time for Testing

| Sponsored by Waters

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

Testing & Processing Omics

The Genetics – and IP – Guru

| Reggie Gaudino

Reggie Gaudino on sequencing strains and the storm brewing in cannabis IP

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Easy as GCxGC

| Laura McGregor, David Barden

Is there a place for two-dimensional gas chromatography in cannabis testing?

Business & Profession Profession

Getting and Giving the Green Light

We chat to Jeffrey Raber, co-founder and CEO of The Werc Shop.

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 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 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.


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