Inter-laboratory variation has been studied extensively. Here, ideas on how to improve the situation are presented, particularly standardizing sample preparation methods.
Cannabis is available in numerous forms, making the development of rugged, quantitatively accurate methods a challenge. This study optimizes a quantitative chromatographic determination of 15 cannabinoids using an HPLC analyzer.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently issued a temporary delay regarding enforcement on two provisions of its hemp regulations (1).
A cannabis degree? What once seemed like a pipe dream is actually happening. The cannabis industry is enjoying a steadily growing demand and is in need of an increasingly expansive, educated labor force.
The cannabidiol (CBD) market has exploded in the last year or so with tons of new products and companies making claims to have the best products. How can consumers find out which companies are selling honest and reliable CBD products?
Agronomic analyses for materials such as soils, plant tissues, and Cannabis can present considerable challenges, even for today’s spectrometers. Many analyzers currently on the market may fall short of satisfactory performance.
Learn how new advances in ICP-OES technology can greatly benefit your analysis of soils, plants and Cannabis samples and how the introduction of ED-XRF analysis can simplify sample preparation and increase productivity for nutrient and heavy metal analysis.
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On February 20, 2020, the Kentucky House of Representatives succeeded in passing legislation that legalized medical marijuana. In the week prior, the Judiciary Committee voted on the bill with a vote of 65–30 in favor.
The American International College (AIC, Springfield, Massachusetts) recently announced that they will begin offering a master’s degree in cannabis science for the upcoming fall 2020 semester (1).
An HPLC method for the testing of CBD oils. The DLC-10 is a small footprint, easy-to-use and low-cost HPLC system. An isocratic assay offers reliability and ease of use.
Potency testing and cannabinoid profiling are high-demand tests that can be improved by increasing speed, expanding analyte lists, and reducing costs.