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Tools & technology

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

Research & Development Tools & technology

The Cannabinoid Factories of the Future

| Matthew Hallam

Could synthetic biology facilitate a microbial revolution... and do away with grow rooms for good?

Business & Profession 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.

Business & Profession Pesticide analysis

Time for Testing

| Sponsored by Waters

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

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Easy as GCxGC

| Laura McGregor, David Barden

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

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Trip Advisor

| Joanna Cummings

Are you under the influence? This prototype app could have the answer.

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Take the High Road

| Charlotte Barker

Canadian company Molecular Science Corp has assembled a team of top equipment vendors to fit out the world’s first mobile testing lab for cannabis.

Testing & Processing Tools & technology

Good Track Record

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

Research & Development Medical research

The Year in Cannabis Science

Here, we present our picks for the people, papers and technology of 2017 – and ones to watch for 2018


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