Cannabis Science and Technology is pleased to announce the addition of David L. Nathan MD, DFAPA to its editorial advisory board (EAB).
The second annual Cannabis Science Conference (CSC) East announced plans to postpone their Baltimore, Maryland event from early April to June 29–July 1, 2020.
A large data set from Washington (140,000 flower samples) is scrutinized here for evidence of consistently propagated strains with higher than a 2-to-1 ratio.
Our first market profile of 2020 reviews the cannabis laboratory testing market in the U.S. and Canada.
This tutorial article outlines a holistic approach to scaling up.
This column discusses some of the most important considerations involved in the GMP certification process.
An interview with Todd Bell about the experiments and findings his group is working on with controlled atmospheres in cannabis cultivation.
Professor Mark Paulsen from Northern Michigan University and Professor Leah Sera from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy discuss the cannabis programs launched at their respective universities.
Back to the Root—The Role of Botany and Plant Physiology in Cannabis Testing, Part I: Understanding Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Uptake in Plants
Part I of this article series focuses on the physiology of heavy metal transport and translocation into and within plant tissues.
Inter-laboratory variation has been studied extensively. Here, ideas on how to improve the situation are presented, particularly standardizing sample preparation methods.