I Can’t Afford Good Science: The Battle Between Economics and Method Development in the Emerging Cannabis Market
One winter afternoon, a group of professionals and scientists came together to discuss the development of test methods for cannabis.
One of the most promising new medicinal treatment options in modern history was quietly freed just months after it was roughly handcuffed and hauled off to jail by a Justice Department memo.
Cannabis-based products are available in a wide variety of formulations ranging from dry plant material, plant concentrates including waxes and distillates, and infused products such as foods and candies.
For U.S. states that have legalized the recreational or medicinal use of cannabis and cannabis products, there are presale testing requirements meant to address quality and consumer safety (1–3).
The lack of standardized regulations means that producers of cannabis and cannabis-derived products can supply goods unhindered, potentially carrying unsafe levels of pesticides, mold, fungi, and bacteria that can be hazardous to human he
Medical marijuana generally possesses high levels of the psychotropic tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) and lower levels of the nonpsychotropic cannabidiol (CBD).
The complex question of whether or not data or results are valid involves both the testing process and the actual calculated results.
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Pioneering Spirits: Three Women Leaders in Cannabis Science Share Their Trials, Tribulations, Successes, and Advice
In this month’s “Cannabis Crossroads,” I would like to share inspiring stories of passion and persistence by highlighting the amazing efforts of some truly pioneering souls: Shannon Hoffman, the Regional Director of Operations and Certify
The 2018 Cannabis Science Conference will be held August 27–29, in Portland, Oregon.